Resolution Targets

Explosives, Armaments, and Weaponry

Resolution Targets offer positive and negative patterns.

Made of fused silica and reflective chrome, Fluorescent USAF 1951 Resolution Targets calibrate optics of systems that use UV illumination. Positive target has chrome pattern over clear background, with fluorescent material on front surface, while negative target has clear pattern with chrome background and fluorescent material on back surface. Peak absorption and emission wavelengths are 365 nm...

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Imaging and Testing Targets suit machine vision applications.
Explosives, Armaments, and Weaponry

Imaging and Testing Targets suit machine vision applications.

High Precision Ronchi Rulings are constructed from vacuum deposited chrome on a soda lime glass substrate. Substrate is 1.5 mm thick, exhibits surface flatness of 1 wave per inch, and has surface quality 60-40. Toleranced targets, with line to line parallelism of less than 2 arc seconds, are available in sizes from 1-4 in.² with resolutions from 50-5,000 linepairs per inch. Applications include...

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Calibration Targets offer magnification levels to 100X.
Explosives, Armaments, and Weaponry

Calibration Targets offer magnification levels to 100X.

Suited for microscopes and machine vision systems, Multi-Function Calibration Targets measure different imaging system parameters without need for separate calibration targets. It is available in Low Magnification for 4X-20X objectives and High Magnification for 20X-100X objectives. Calibration tool measures resolution, distortion, and depth of field (DOF). Ronchi rulings, concentric circles,...

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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing
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The Economic and Strategic Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) are two of the hottest IT trends that have emerged in the last couple of decades. By creating the ability to store and access data and programs through the internet while cutting out the middleman (aka, hard drives and other physical devices), cloud computing offers many attractive features to companies in almost all industries, including fiscal savings, speed, scalability, ease of upgrades, and agility. Although the upfront savings of SaaS are undeniable, there are still many that favor on-premise systems and proprietary software. You may be wondering if transitioning to a cloud-based model is the right choice for your company, but with so many different viewpoints it can be hard to make sense of all the pros and cons. Using concrete data organized into helpful graphs, this white paper offers insightful interpretations of the numbers to show the ways in which SaaS can offer both financial savings and strategic advantages.

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