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How the newest machine vision standards will affect you

July 15, 2015

How will the latest developments in machine vision standards affect you? This webcast will answer that question by featuring updates on relevant standards by some of the industry’s most knowledgeable specialists. Bob McCurrach, Director of Standards Development for AIA, will begin by explaining the global standards framework and the current status of global vision standards. Then, chairs for the various committees will delve into the latest details of their specific standards.

You will learn not only the latest developments and their impact, but also how to ensure that your views are represented in standards development. Further, you'll have opportunity to get your questions answered by the experts, as the webcast will conclude with audience Q&A.

This event sponsored by Point Grey.

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How vision systems are changing automotive manufacturing

June 24, 2015

How do Ford and General Motors leverage machine vision for powertrain manufacturing? How does traditional vision application development serve today’s needs, and what machine vision capabilities could improve operations? Join Vision Systems Design Editor-in-Chief Andy Wilson and find out—during a live interview with Frank Maslar of Ford's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group and Steve Jones of GM Powertrain Machine Vision Systems.

Join us for this webcast sponsored by Baumer Optronic GmbH., Cognex Corporation, Point Grey, and Teledyne DALSA.

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High-speed imaging and the future of vision systems

May 28, 2015

What technologies are advancing high-speed imaging? What markets and applications are affected, and what can potential purchasers expect? In this live, interview-style webcast, Vision System Design editor Andy Wilson asks high-speed camera industry expert strategist Peter Carellas, President of Xcitex Inc. about future directions in business, technology, markets, and applications. You’ll come away with an appreciation for the specifications of high-speed cameras, gain some buying insights, and understand how consumer companies such as Apple and GoPro are changing the technology and usage landscape. Bring your own questions, and find out how high-speed cameras will affect scientists, engineers and managers in the future!

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Cognex, Photron, and Teledyne DALSA.

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Learn and leverage machine vision software

April 1, 2015

Seasoned machine vision software specialist Tom Brennan will provide an overview of machine vision software, and explore algorithms as they apply to color space conversion, frequency domain transforms and image compression and discuss transforms for image rotation, warping and sharpening. This webcast will incorporate examples of each algorithm discussed, and offer suggestions for how these can be applied. Through the interactive Q&A session, audience members will have opportunity to learn which software is best suited for their applications.

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Off-the-shelf machine vision for non-industrial applications

March 18, 2015

While machine vision has been deployed in factory automation applications for over 30 years, the technology can benefit plenty of non-industrial applications such as scientific and medical imaging, and security and surveillance. This webcast, a conversation between applications specialist Markus Tarin and VSD chief editor Andy Wilson, will examine how off-the-shelf OEM components are being used in such applications. The presentation will refer to examples in rapid drug discovery, infectious disease screening, and more, and audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions.

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