Case Study: High and Low Temperature Resistant 25X Objective Lens
High and Low Temperature Resistant 25X Objective Lens

     Key Takeaways Avantier’s project introduces a custom-designed 25X objective lens for Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer systems, specifically tailored for researching isotopes. Operating on the principle of charged particles deflected in an electromagnetic field, the lens facilitates precise substance separation and detection based on mass differences, enabling detailed composition analysis. Ensuring high resolution in […]

Read more
Machine Vision Cameras and Custom Optics
Reverse Optical Engineering

Introduction In the world of automation, the ability to see and understand the environment is crucial. Machine vision cameras play a pivotal role in this domain, enabling machines to perceive and interpret visual information like never before. These sophisticated cameras, combined with custom optics, have opened up a world of possibilities across various industries. In […]

Read more
Multi-Spectral vs. Hyper-Spectral Imaging: Key Differences

Multi-spectral image data and hyper-spectral image data are two distinct types of remote sensing or imaging data, each offering different levels of spectral information and applications. Here’s a breakdown of their differences: Multi-Spectral Image Data: Multi-spectral imaging captures data in a limited number of discrete spectral bands or channels, typically in the visible and a […]

Read more
Monitoring Camera Case Study

Avantier’s Innovative Dual-Band Camera Revolutionizes Surveillance for a Company  Introduction A leading organization in the field of security and monitoring, partnered with Avantier to develop an advanced dual-band camera. This collaboration aimed to address the unique requirements of forest fire prevention and border and coastal monitoring, providing innovative solutions for their surveillance needs. This case […]

Read more
Image Recovery or Image Reconstruction of an Imaging System

Blurring is a significant source of image degradation in an imperfect imaging system. The optical system’s point spread function (PSF) describes the measure of blur in a given imaging system and is often used in image reconstruction or image recovery algorithms. Below in example of using inverse PSF to eliminate the barcode image degradation. Barcodes are […]

Read more
How to Read an Optical Drawing

An optical drawing is a detailed plan that allows us to manufacture optical components according to a design and given specifications. When optical designers and engineers come up with a design, they condense it in an optical drawing that can be understood by manufacturers anywhere.  ISO 10110 is the most popular standard for optical drawing. […]

Read more