- Vision Systems for Robotics
July 8, 2014
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Machine vision systems are devices that capture and analyze visual information, and are used to automate tasks that require “seeing”. This technology helps you increase output, reduce defects, and lower costs.
Join us as we host an information session presented by Justin Cooke of Cognex on applications for Machine Vision. Learn how this technology can work for you.
Customers and consumers demand higher quality products than ever before. Machine vision systems help ensure the most consistent repeatability, the highest accuracy, and the minimum setup time.
If you are an Engineering Manager, Application Engineer, Automation Engineer, Product Manager, or a Manufacturing Engineer, then you need to attend. Attend this session to learn:
- The four key uses of machine vision
- Core Camera Concepts and their relationships to each other
- How to optimize lighting for machine vision
- How to select the right camera and lens
- Industry applications
Presented by Justin Cooke of Cognex. Justin is Cognex’s Western Canada Sales Engineer. He previously worked in the automation industry for 4 years with EECOL Electric; leading EECOL’s automation team in British Columbia. With this experience and education at BCIT as a Mechanical Engineering Technologist, Justin is able to provide technical assistance and suggestions on most aspects of a project.
This session will be live at ITC’s location in Winnipeg. Use the registration link in the blue box below to attend in person. We are also broadcasting this session as a webinar for those who are unable to attend at ITC. To register for the webinar, please go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7258094317628776194