This event was originally broadcast on December 11, 2019
and is now available for on demand viewing.
When it comes to designing and deploying a vision system, success is contingent upon choosing the correct components for your application. If you have the right camera but the wrong lens, your lighting is insufficient to illuminate a certain region of interest, and so on; your vision system will not function correctly, and you’ll be left wondering what went wrong.
During a free webcast on December 11, David Dechow, Principal Vision Systems Architect, Integro Technologies, will provide in-depth information on identifying the right cameras, lenses, lighting, optics, and filters to suit your particular imaging need. He will discuss how all the components work synergistically to accomplish an automated imaging task, and how to avoid making the mistake of choosing the wrong components.
Principal Vision Systems Architect
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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