Pressure imaging is a technology that is widely used in the medical, automotive, and consumer goods industries for both product design and as part of quality control systems. The traditional applications of pressure imaging have been in the static and quasi-static domains of comfort, pressure ulcer prevention, ingress/egress analysis, and tire tread analysis. Recent innovations at XSENSOR have allowed the ability for high speed dynamic measurements to be performed with high accuracy. In this presentation, we will review the fundamental technology behind capacitive pressure imaging systems and review the typical metrics which are used to characterize the performance of pressure imaging systems including: hysteresis, creep, accuracy and repeatability, calibration stability, and frequency response. We will examine each of these metrics and conclude with some real world examples of dynamic high speed measurements.