While many system integrators offer complete software and camera packages, it’s important to understand the requirements of your application to determine if a complete package is right for you.
Engineers and researchers typically reach for sensors when they want to evaluate the stress-strain characteristics of materials or look at how applied forces affect objects, but now there's a better way.
To better understand helmet-impacting surface interactions, researchers at the University of Southern Mississippi used Digital Image Correlation (DIC).
Measuring the vibration of rotating cantilever beams such as helicopter blades can be challenging because traditional sensors must pass signals through electrically noisy slip rings.
Conducting large-scale vibration analysis with traditional sensors can be tricky and expensive. It requires the application of many sensors over large areas, especially if you want to measure multi-axis movements accurately