Robotic visionadvancements have had quite the impact on today’s manufacturing and distribution environments, yet still, numerous challenges remain in cluttered work spaces such as random bins in factories and distribution centers or mixed case pallets in warehouses.
In a free webcast on October 10, Jared Glover, Co-Founder and CEO of CapSen Robotics will provide an overview of recent advancements in 3D computer vision software for such environments where clutter is either unavoidable or too expensive to eliminate with special purpose hardware like bowl-feeders or shake tables.
Specifically, he will discuss the state of the art in 3D object pose estimation in clutter, with applications to robotic bin picking, pallet dimensioning, and robotic palletizing and depalletizing, as well as some of the latest technologies for 3D-vision-guided robots and how to determine if these technologies are right for your operation.
Advancements in vision-guided robotics: 3D vision for clutter
Jared Glover, Co-Founder and CEO, CapSen Robotics
October 10, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
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