Insects are capable of flying and navigating over tens of kilometers through complex natural environments. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden aim to understand how different insect species use visual information to control flight. Their flight facilities are equipped with Mikrotron high-speed cameras.
Equipped with a MotionBlitz® LTR Long Time Recording System Prof. Dr. Ahammer’s research group at the Medical University of Graz studies the temporal variability of beating heart cells.
In 2014, when Rexam Pharma GmbH became Nemera, the company also inherited its MotionBLITZ® Cube3 camera. Looking for an effective way to analyze disruptions in manufacturing processes, the company introduced this high-speed camera in 2006. The camera still remains in use today and provides a worthwhile starting point for process optimization.
When Mr. Back, production area manager at Rexam Pharma GmbH, sought an effective way to analyze disruptions in production processes, he opted to use a MotionBLITZ® Cube3. The company now belongs to Nemera.
The Swedish Solar Telescope, run by the Institute for Solar Physics, can see details the size of a 10 cent euro coin at a distance of about 40 km. This was achieved by use of an adaptive optics system. The system relies on the EoSens® CL for high-speed imaging.