School of VISION

During the fair (06 – 08 November 2018) the School of VISION offered its visitors an exciting programme with practical tips, technology and application knowledge.

The events could be visited by all interested visitors for free.

Program 2018

10:30 am – 11:30 am

Technical Innovations in 3D Imaging

In this speech presented by Intel® you learn about the combination of passive/ active stereo camera technology and SLAM tracking modules to realize advanced solutions.

11:30 am – 01:00 pm

Intelligent and Adaptive Vision Solutions with Sony´s New SLVS-EC Standard

Learn about the new SLVS-EC CMOS Sensor Interface that enables machine vision camera manufacturers with a technology to keep up with industry demand for higher resolution and bandwidth while simplifying cabling and shrinking footprint. This presentation provides camera developers with the knowledge on how to get started with using SLVS-EC interface and shows details on a solution with Xilinx FPGAs.

02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

Machine Vision Based on Deep Learning

This seminar will give users and others interested in machine vision software some basic insights into the trending topic of deep learning. Participants will receive an introduction to the fundamentals of deep-learning structures based on MVTec HALCON, along with background information on how deep learning is used in industrial machine-vision applications. The event will also present some best practices for creating deep-learning applications and take a look at the future development of related technologies.

11:00 am – noon

I Can See That! – Implementing Machine Vision Inspections at Companies

This event will cover the particular aspects to consider when making the transition from human to machine inspection. Three decades after the advent of machine vision, implementing it remains an exciting endeavour for companies. Here, we will explore the reasons behind common misconceptions and measures that can be taken to promote the success of this interdisciplinary technology in the context of business.

 

Noon – 01:00 pm

Intelligent Digital LED Lighting Concepts for the IIoT

The latest machine-vision techniques are digital by nature. In spite of the modern LED light sources now available, however, a key functional component of machine vision systems has largely remained stuck in the analogue age. Meanwhile, the digitalisation of lighting is an essential part of the autonomous factories of the future. Industry 4.0 will only work if integrated LED lights and controllers are made compatible with automation.

 

01:00 pm – 02:00 pm

First Acquisition, Then Processing!

The image acquisition complex is the first link in the signal chain of machine vision solutions. Anything overlooked at this stage will rear its ugly head later on with regard to the speed, reliability, stability, and availability of the system at hand. We’ll show you how professional image acquisition can help you save time, money, effort, and other resources. Let the light do its job!

 

02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

What Causes Problems in Machine Vision Systems?

When machine vision equipment works, no one says a word about it. When it breaks down or produces flawed results, however, the “camera” quickly becomes the scapegoat. The underlying reasons, meanwhile, can be highly diverse and often lie in very different areas of an overall machine-vision system. This notion is illustrated by our compact introduction to troubleshooting machine vision configurations.

 

03:00 pm – 04:00 pm

Free Advice on Completing Machine Vision Tasks

Are you still looking for a solution for the machine vision activities you need to carry out? Or do you simply want to discuss the challenges you're facing with our experts? Don’t miss our free consulting session, where you can get tips, recommendations, and ideas on how to handle tasks involving machine vision while taking a break from the hustle-and-bustle of the event. To make an individual appointment, please contact Mr Ingmar Jahr of evotron GmbH & Co. KG at +49 (0) 151 5636 3607.

11:00 am – noon

I Can See That! – Implementing Machine Vision Inspections at Companies

This event will cover the particular aspects to consider when making the transition from human to machine inspection. Three decades after the advent of machine vision, implementing it remains an exciting endeavour for companies. Here, we will explore the reasons behind common misconceptions and measures that can be taken to promote the success of this interdisciplinary technology in the context of business.

 

Noon – 01:00 pm

Intelligent Digital LED Lighting Concepts for the IIoT

The latest machine-vision techniques are digital by nature. In spite of the modern LED light sources now available, however, a key functional component of machine vision systems has largely remained stuck in the analogue age. Meanwhile, the digitalisation of lighting is an essential part of the autonomous factories of the future. Industry 4.0 will only work if integrated LED lights and controllers are made compatible with automation.

 

01:00 pm – 02:00 pm

First Acquisition, Then Processing!

The image acquisition complex is the first link in the signal chain of machine vision solutions. Anything overlooked at this stage will rear its ugly head later on with regard to the speed, reliability, stability, and availability of the system at hand. We’ll show you how professional image acquisition can help you save time, money, effort, and other resources. Let the light do its job!

 

02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

What Causes Problems in Machine Vision Systems?

When machine vision equipment works, no one says a word about it. When it breaks down or produces flawed results, however, the “camera” quickly becomes the scapegoat. The underlying reasons, meanwhile, can be highly diverse and often lie in very different areas of an overall machine-vision system. This notion is illustrated by our compact introduction to troubleshooting machine vision configurations.

 

03:00 pm – 04:00 pm

Free Advice on Completing Machine Vision Tasks

Are you still looking for a solution for the machine vision activities you need to carry out? Or do you simply want to discuss the challenges you're facing with our experts? Don’t miss our free consulting session, where you can get tips, recommendations, and ideas on how to handle tasks involving machine vision while taking a break from the hustle-and-bustle of the event. To make an individual appointment, please contact Mr Ingmar Jahr of evotron GmbH & Co. KG at +49 (0) 151 5636 3607.