Image sensor and camera technology training to be offered by Aphesa after ITE 2015
Aphesa is offering a series of image sensor and camera technology training sessions from December 7-9 in Yokohama, Japan following the ITE 2015 show.
The sessions are organized as three days per location and split over several courses. Ranging from introductory to mid-level, the training courses are designed for engineers who are new to the field of imaging or non-engineering personnel who needs a more in-depth understanding of the technology or engineers familiar with some elements of machine vision, but need additional training. Each course is accompanied by a question and answer session and an open discussion session.
The training sessions will include topics on general imaging, CMOS image sensors, machine vision software, 3D imaging, EMVA 1288, high-speed imaging, and image processing.
The courses are being held at the AIC Vision office, the week after the ITE show at the Pacifico. Cours sessions or a customized course session can be organized in company for a special price and an unlimited number of attendees. All courses are in English, but Japanese translation will be provided when necessary.
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