How to Get a Highspeed Camera, Free

Jan. 8, 2009
Southern Visions Systems offering one of their Streamview LR Portable high-speed camera kits as a prize to the person who writes the best 100-word explanation

Southern Visions Systems

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How would you use a high-speed camera to help your company’s bottom line? Troubleshoot difficult and fast-moving assembly lines? To gather more data from shock, vibration, and drop tests? Or would you come up with entirely original way to improve productivity or efficiency? The people at Southern Visions Systems, Madison, Ala. want to know. So they are offering one of their Streamview LR Portable high-speed camera kits as a prize to the person who writes the best 100-word explanation of how they would use high-speed video to save money or boost efficiency. Submissions will be judged by a panel that includes Leland Teschler, Editor of Machine Design. The winner will be announced at ATX West, Feb 10-12 in Southern Vision’s booth (#4348). For more information and to submit your entry, visit southernvisionsystems.com/winSV.

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