Adding Value to Robotics with Machine Vision

  • March 10, 2016
    9:00 am - 11:00 am

Vision-guided robotics solutions lead to a more flexible and cost-efficient production line. Bottlenecks can be reduced, accuracy can be increased, and capital expenses are reduced, resulting in rapid realization of tangible cost savings.

Join us as we host an information session on Adding Value to Robotics with Machine Vision. Learn how this technology can work for you.

Robots with “eyes” save money and make things easier. For any manufacturer, affordability is a key consideration when considering a machine vision system. New developments in machine vision technology make it possible to automate processes that were once cost-prohibitive.

The increased flexibility provided by machine vision can reduce the need for clamping and positioning devices. This new flexibility enables improved production quality while reducing waste and costs.

If you are an Automation Manager, Production or Process Engineer, Shop Foreman, or anyone interested in Industrial Automation, then you need to attend.

Attend this session to learn how vision-guided robotics can:

  • Eliminate costly precision fixturing
  • Process various part types without a tooling change
  • Prevent accidental robot collisions

Presented by Bruce Li of Cognex, Sales Engineer at Cognex Corporation. Bruce has been working in the industrial automation field since 2004.



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200-78 Innovation Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3T 6C2

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