Interviews

PCNE-May_2019Custom SWIR Optics for Material Sorting and Inspection
An interview with Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics about the decisions that have to be made for the best optical inspection results.
Published in PCNE – May 2019
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Nuclear Optics
The nuclear sector is seeing increased requirements for radiation resistant cameras, says Mark Pontin, managing director of Resolve Optics Ltd.
Published in Nuclear Engineering International
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IEN_Jan-Feb_2019Pushing the Boundaries of Optical Design
Over the last 4 years, Resolve Optics Ltd have been cooperating with Imao Sas (Limoges, France) to help them develop a next generation of high resolution, ultra-large format aerial surveillance cameras.
Published in IEN – Jan-Feb 2019
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PCNE-May_2018Are Off-the-Shelf Optics Always the Best Choice?
Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics Ltd., explained in this exclusive interview how optics have played a central role in the transformation of modern manufacturing processes. Despite it, companies tend to prefer off-the-shelf lenses over customized systems, even though this is not always the best choice. Let’s find out why.
Published in PCNE – May 2018
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IEN_Jan-Feb_2018Enabling the Capture of Larger, High Definition Images
Resolve Optics Ltd, partnered with IMAO, won significant funding from the EU to assist in the development and bring to market a 1 Gigapixel Aerial Survey Camera: an interview with Mark Pontin, Managing Director at Resolve Optics.
Published in IEN – Jan-Feb 2018
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PCNE-Nov_2017Lens Talk: Technology for the Nuclear Industry
Driven by safety considerations the Nuclear Industry has a desire for higher and higher resolution, remote viewing of its operational facilities. For this reason, the uptake of CMOS colour sensors in place of traditional monochrome cameras is increasing. Mark Pontin, Managing Director at Resolve Optics, describes the company’s non-browning lens developments to cope with the demands of the Nuclear industry.
Published in PCNE – Nov 2017
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IEN_Nov_2017Technology for the Nuclear Industry: Key Criteria of Lens Systems
Driven by safety considerations the Nuclear Industry has a desire for higher and higher resolution, remote viewing of its operational facilities. For this reason, the uptake of CMOS colour sensors in place of traditional monochrome cameras is increasing. Mark Pontin, Managing Director at Resolve Optics, describes the company’s non-browning lens developments to cope with the demands of the Nuclear industry.
Published in IEN – Nov 2017
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IEN_Jan-Feb_2017-1Customized Lenses for Multi-Megapixel Cameras and Sensors
Mark Pontin, Managing Director of Resolve Optics Ltd. talks about trends in industrial vision and the challenges of
bringing out the full potential of a high resolution camera system.
Published in IEN – Jan-Feb 2017
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