Quality Magazine Article – Unleashing Potential: How Advances in 3D Vision Sensors are Transforming Manufacturing and Logistics

4th September 2023

Manufacturers can rely on sophisticated sensors to revolutionize the way they do business, enabling enhanced quality control, improved efficiency, and increased safety.

As 3D sensor technology advances, it is poised to shape new applications in areas such as manufacturing and logistics, enabling greater efficiency, productivity, and the ability to accurately scan fast-moving objects without motion artefacts.

The global 3D sensor market is projected to reach $57 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 13% from 2022, according to Allied Market Research. The technology’s first commercial use was in the gaming field for 3D imaging and detection, and 3D depth-sensing technology in consumer devices has been increasing over the past decade driven by smartphone demand and the ability to unlock the phone using 3D facial recognition instead of a fingerprint or PIN.

Click here to read the full Quality Magazine article by Teledyne e2v’s Ha Lan Do Thu.