June 5th - How polarization technology fits into machine vision

Jun 5th, 2019

This webcast will be held on June 5, 2019
11:00 AM EDT / 10:00 AM CDT / 8:00 AM PDT / 3:00 PM GMT

Webcast Description:

Polarization is a very widely used filtering technique. Photographers know well the benefits of the use of polarizing filters to enhance images, and commercial applications for polarizers are widespread. The benefits of polarization are also well known in machine vision image acquisition. With unique polarizing cameras and imaging components becoming significantly more mainstream in 2018, this imaging technique has found new applications and uses.

On June 5, David Dechow, Principal Vision Systems Architect, Integro Technologies, will discuss the latest polarization technologies, including sensors and cameras, and how they work, along with the benefits and limitations associated with using them. Additionally, he will highlight some of the machine vision applications in which polarization technology can and could be deployed. This webcast will conclude with a Q and A period.

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Presented by:

David Dechow
Principal Vision Systems Architect
Integro Technologies 

David is a well-recognized figure in the machine vision industry with over 35 years of hands-on engineering and design experience in machine vision technology and systems integration. He just joined Integro as their Principal Vision Systems Architect from FANUC America Corporation where he was Staff Engineer for Intelligent Robotics/Machine Vision. For 26 years prior, David was the founder, owner, manager, and principal engineer of two successful machine vision integration companies.

Mr. Dechow is the 2007 recipient of the AIA Automated Imaging Achievement Award honoring industry leaders for outstanding career contributions in industrial and/or scientific imaging. Mr. Dechow is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide, and has had numerous articles on machine vision technology and integration published in trade journals and magazines.  He has been a key educator in the industry and has participated in the training of hundreds of machine vision engineers as an instructor with the AIA Certified Vision Professional program.

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