The two-day online International Vision Solutions Conference will spring into action next week.
From entry-level training for a basic understanding of machine vision, imaging, and sensors, to seeking more advanced solutions, the International Vision Solutions Conference, which runs across November 11-12, will provide answers.
Two days of conference content will feature sessions from leading global companies in the vision and imaging industry, case studies on cutting-edge technology, and information to help companies solve the unique challenges they face when applying vision and imaging technologies.
Wednesday’s packed agenda features a number of presentations including two keynote speakers.
Prasad Akella from Drishti will present ‘From Data Droughts to Data Deluges: Managing More Manufacturing Data with Vision’, in the morning session.
The day will close with Microsoft’s Ted Way who will discuss ‘What Keeps Us Up at Night: Solving for Today and Building for Tomorrow’.
Both days also feature executive round tables. Wednesday opens with Advanced Integration Solutions, while Thursday’s panel will explore Next Generation Hardware.
Each day will commence at 9am (ET) and conclude by 5pm (ET).
“Vision and imaging is an integral part of successful automation solutions,” said Jeff Burnstein, president of AIA and A3, which has organised the event.
“Coming out of the COVID-19 crisis, automation will be critical for companies in every industry, and this event will provide the information new and experienced users need to successfully solve their automation challenges.”
The International Vision Solutions Conference will highlight the latest innovations in vision and imaging as automation continues its expansion out of the factory into a wide variety of industries. Powered by machine learning and embedded processing, vision and imaging solutions are providing the gateway into new applications for manufacturing, logistics, food processing, medicine, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and autonomous robots and vehicles. Vision solutions have never been easier to implement or more effective.
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