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The digital imaging technique in the 3D X-ray inspection system market

For many analysts, the digital imaging technique is expected to hold a larger share of the 3D X-ray inspection system market by 2023. The increased use of systems based on digital imaging for the detection of damages such as cracks, reduction in time of image processing, and 3D visualization ability contribute to a high growth of the market for this segment. From semiconductors to automotive manufacturing, and their vital role in quality control, 3D X-ray inspection systems also allow manufacturers to diagnose issues such as metal bridging, foreign materials, and construction defects in 3D planes.

The most exciting regarding the X-ray inspection system market

Very interesting to observe that, the stringent government regulations due to security concerns; growing consumer awareness raising the bar of safety and quality standards, and demand from both developed and developing economies are among the major factors fueling the growth of the X-ray inspection system market. According to Research and Markets, the digital imaging technique is expected to hold a larger share of this market by 2023.
The firm also reveals that, the X-ray inspection system market is expected to be worth USD 860.5 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.51% between 2017 and 2023.

Samsung Electronics new V-NAND (Vertical NAND) memory solutions and technology

At the core of stakes, we have high data processing speeds, increased system scalability and ultra-low latency for today’s most demanding cloud-based applications. We havetoday’s most data-intensive tasks such as high-performance computing, machine learning, real-time analytics and parallel computing. Samsung Electronics plans to continue to advance in flash innovation by leveraging their expertise in advanced 3D-NAND memory technology to significantly enhance the way in which information-rich data is processed.
Samsung announced a 1Tb V-NAND chip is expected to be available next year. The arrival of a 1Tb V-NAND chip next year will enable 2TB of memory in a single V-NAND package.

Here is how Text Analytics is used

Text Analytics is used to determine keywords, topics, category, semantics, and tags from huge data sets. Text analytics software solutions offers tools, servers, analytic algorithm based applications, data mining and extraction tools etc., to convert unstructured data and give meaning to the data, which can be later used for analysis. 
For those who are unfamiliar, the data that is extracted is later stored in a relational, XML, and other data warehousing applications. These stored data sets are later used to conduct various levels of analysis with the help of various tools such as business intelligence tools or big data analytics or predictive analytics tools.

Text Analytics, to convert unstructured text data into meaningful data to conduct analysis

For those who are unfamiliar, Text Analytics is a process used to convert unstructured text data into meaningful data to conduct analysis, look for customer opinions, track product reviews, gather feedback, provide search facility, analyze sentiments, and entity modeling to add value to and support decision making which is based on facts.

Launch delays are one of the major issues in the satellite industry

It is now obvious that, one of the major factors hindering the growth of the satellite industry is delays and unsuccessful attempts of satellite launch. In effect, Launch delays are one of the major issues in the satellite industry. The actual number of satellite launches has always been lower than the forecasted estimate. Launch delays often impact the development and procurement of remote sensing satellites.