Vision systems can represent an efficient and accurate means for higher productivity, efficiency, and overall quality control in manufacturing, but for this to happen, the right system must be chosen. High resolution and high frame rates are hard to achieve at the same time, so our expert speaker Jim Blasius, Solutions Architect, Measurement & Automation Product Group at ADLINK Technology will provide some insight into the pros and cons of different compact vision systems, while discussing current requirements for a smart factory.
He will also provide helpful information on ensuring manufacturing quality and productivity, as well as the nine key considerations for selecting a vision system or smart camera to most effectively minimize costs and time to market. In addition, he will discuss market trends for embedded vision systems.
System integrators, design engineers, QA/QC managers, engineering managers, and other individuals involved in automated imaging are among those who will benefit from this webcast.
This webcast is sponsored by ADLINK Technology, Inc.
Overcoming the limitations of vision systems in manufacturing
October 28, 2014
1:00 PM EST (Approximately one hour)
Jim Blasius, Solutions Architect, Measurement & Automation Product Group at ADLINK Technology
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