3D imaging techniques for automation and robotics applications

How can 3D imaging be used in industrial automation and robotics applications? In a webcast on October 14, Clay Flannigan, Manager, Robotics and Automation Engineering Southwest Research Institute, will take a look at this question and as well as exactly what 3D encompasses, and how it is important to these applications.

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How can 3D imaging be used in industrial automation and robotics applications? In a webcast on October 14, Clay Flannigan, Manager, Robotics and Automation Engineering Southwest Research Institute, will take a look at this question as well as what exactly 3D imaging encompasses, and how it is important to these applications.

He will take a look at the various approaches to 3D sensing and the commercial products that are available to implement such systems. Flannigan will also provide insight on the software and methods available for analyzing 3D data sets. In addition, he will provide real-world application examples and will conclude with a Q&A session.

This webcast is sponsored by Point Grey, Cognex, ProPhotonix Ltd., and Z-LASER America Inc.

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Applying 3D imaging to automation and robotics
October 14, 2014
11:00 AM EST (Approximately one hour)
Clay Flannigan, Manager, Robotics and Automation Engineering Southwest Research Institute

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