Learn how vision systems are changing automotive manufacturing

Join Andy Wilson, Editor in Chief, as he interviews Frank Maslar of Ford's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group and Steve Jones of GM Powertrain Machine Vision Systems about the use of machine vision in powertrain manufacturing.

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Have you ever wondered how large automotive manufacturing companies utilize machine vision, and how it might help you? If so, this free webcast may be for you.

Join Andy Wilson, Editor in Chief, as he interviews Frank Maslar of Ford's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group and Steve Jones of GM Powertrain Machine Vision Systems about the use of machine vision in powertrain manufacturing. In addition, learn how traditional vision application development serve’s today’s needs, and what machine vision capabilities could improve operations in the future.

Those who register will also learn about the role that smart cameras play in both of these companies’ operations, and how they use 3D data visualization. Furthermore, attendees will find out about the importance of vision sensor fusion, and how developments in this technology impacts robotic guidance.

Following the conclusion of the presentation, the audience will have the opportunity to ask their own questions to these automotive industry veterans.

This webcast is sponsored by Baumer, Cognex Corporation, Point Grey, and Teledyne DALSA.

Pictured: Steve Jones and Frank Maslar at the A3 Business Conference in 2015.

Webcast information:

How vision systems are changing automotive manufacturing
June 24, 2015
11:00 AM EST (Approximately one hour)
Frank Maslar, Ford's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group and Steve Jones, GM Powertrain Machine Vision Systems.

Click here for registration information.

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