Webinars

iq analyzer webinars

Get started with the iQ-Analyzer

Basic and advanced courses for our image analysis software

The webinars are part of our Maintenance Program and offer information on how to use our iQ-Analyzer software. The basic webinars are given regularly every second Wednesday of the month. In addition, training courses covering special topics will also be available throughout the year. All webinars will be given in English. The duration is 60 to 90 minutes

Please note that the registration for a particular webinar will be closed one week prior to its due date.

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Upcoming Webinars

iQ-Analyzer Webinars

Abstract of the different webinars and what to expect from them

Basics - How to get started with the iQ-Analyzer

During this free webinar you will learn the basics of the iQ-Analyzer software. Our engineers will take you through a short background of testing cameras and how to set up equipment for a proper test. From there you will see a detailed demonstration of the software interface including how to get started with an analysis of distortion, color, OECF and more. This is a great resource for beginners and more experienced users who want to sharpen their skills and improve their analyses.

Schedule

  • every second Wednesday of the month
  • 8am/5pm (CET)

Resolution and shading analysis for fish-eye cameras

In this webinar you will see a demonstration on how to use the iQ-Analyzer software to more accurately analyze the resolution and shading of fish-eye cameras. This is a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve the image quality of a wide field of view camera.

Schedule

  • 31.01.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

TE42 V2 – The multipurpose test chart

This all in one chart allows you to measure and analyze resolution, dynamic range, noise, color reproduction and distortion. In this webinar you will learn the many benefits of this chart and you will also get an introduction on how to use it in conjunction with the iQ-Analyzer software, which is capable of automatically detecting and analyzing all the patterns of this chart at once.

Schedule

  • 23.03.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

Flare

One problem many cameras have is producing unwanted light in an image. This is called flare and it is a problem that must be properly analyzed in order to avoid. During the flare webinar, you will learn how to determine the level of flare. We present a testing method as described by ISO standard 18844.

Schedule

  • 18.04.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

Color reproduction

In this webinar you can learn what different color charts are available for checking the color reproduction of a camera. Our engineers will teach you what details you should be looking for when analyzing color reproduction. In addition, you will learn how to measure color reproduction using our iQ-Analyzer software.

Schedule

  • 06.06.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

ISO Low Light standard

This webinar is designed to inform you about the current protocol for measuring the low light performance of a camera. You will receive insight from our engineers on how to accurately measure the low light of your camera with our iQ-Analyzer software. This is a great resource for anyone working with digital cameras especially mobile devices.

Schedule

  • 25.07.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

Texture loss

In this webinar you will learn about texture loss in an image. Our engineers will show you the best charts for analyzing texture loss including sinusoidal Siemens star charts and Dead Leaves charts. You will also get an introduction into the iQ-Analyzer software and how it can be used to more efficiently measure texture loss.

Schedule

  • 22.08.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

Resolution measurement

One of the most important aspects of a camera is its ability to reproduce high resolution images. In this webinar, our engineers will show you the various ways you can measure the resolution of your camera using the latest charts and techniques. You will also learn about MTF and SFR curves and how to define texture loss. This is a valuable resource for learning more on the importance of measuring resolution.

Schedule

  • 19.09.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

CLI - Command Line Interface

Command line interface allows users to have a more free and convenient control over their imaging software. In this webinar our engineers will show how it the iQ-Analyzer can function using a CLI. A live example of the CLI working will be presented in order to give you a better understanding of how it works with the iQ-Analyzer.

Schedule

  • 24.10.2018 8am/5pm (CET)

UTT - Universal Test Target

The universal test target (UTT) is one of the most effective charts for testing scanners that are used for digitizing archives. During this webinar you will learn about image quality in archiving as well as the different ISO standards that correlate to digital archiving. You will also receive a demonstration of the UTT test chart in combination with our iQ-Analyzer software.

Schedule

  • 05.12.2018 8am/5pm (CET)
 
iQ LED software

iQ-LED software and technology

Learn about the basics and benefits of our iQ-LED products

The webinars are open to everybody. They offer basic information about iQ-LED technology and on how to get started with our iQ-LED software. All webinars will be given in English. The duration is 90 minutes.

Please note that the registration for a particular webinar will be closed one week prior to its due date.

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Upcoming Webinars

iQ-LED Demo/Schulung
15-05-2018 8:00 am
iQ-LED Demo/Schulung
15-05-2018 5:00 pm
iQ-LED Demo/Schulung
14-08-2018 8:00 am
iQ-LED Demo/Schulung
14-08-2018 5:00 pm

iQ-LED Webinars

Abstract of the different webinars and what to expect from them

iQ-LED

iQ-LED technology is quickly changing the way we test image quality. In this webinar you will learn about the basics and background of iQ-LED technology including how to control it, the different devices that work with iQ-LED and the software behind it all. Whether you are using LED technology more often or just want to see how it can benefit your testing and analysis, then this is the perfect place to get started.

Schedule

  • 20.02.2018 8am/5pm (CET)
  • 15.05.2018 8am/5pm (CET)
  • 14.08.2018 8am/5pm (CET)
  • 20.11.2018 8am/5pm (CET)