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Machine Vision Conference Program

Keynote Speakers

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10:00 - 10:30Seb Millar
Recycleye
Trash to cash – turning the world’s waste into resource

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Crushed, shredded, overlapping and dirty – detecting plastic recyclables is not easy with computer vision.  Facing challenges such as these in real-world applications, Seb Millar will cover how Recycleye Vision and Robotics have gone from an idea at Imperial College London to installation in multi- million pound facilities across Europe.
14:00 - 14:30Ekaterina Sirazitdinova
NVIDIA
Inference optimisation for embedded machine vision

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Billions of vision sensors are being used at enterprises nowadays. They collect physical environment information and generate enormous amounts of data, which, combined with the power of AI, can be used to solve a large array of problems in a way which could not be imagined just a decade ago. At the same time, modern vision AI networks become larger and more complex in order to enable better accuracy and precision by encoding more information. This increase in size and complexity is, in turn, associated with trained AI models having lower throughput and larger memory requirements. With that, real-time AI inference is becoming a new great challenge in embedded machine vision. NVIDIA’s approach at solving this problem relies on two major components: first, tuning AI models for performance depending on the target deployment hardware platform, and, second, optimising the use of available accelerators. From this talk, you will learn how to leverage this approach to achieve real-time inference performance by using software tools like TAO Toolkit, DeepStream SDK, TensorRT and Triton Inference Server.

Deep Learning & Embedded Vision

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10:30 - 11:00 Paolo Bai
Teledyne FLIR
Embedded Vision: Latest advances in hardware, edge computing, and practical tips on building and testing your embedded vision system

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In this practical presentation, we discuss the latest advances in hardware for designing robust embedded systems with maximum ease. We’ll review today’s powerful board level cameras, carrier boards, and accessories. We’ll discuss the benefits and ideal applications for edge computing. Finally, we’ll go over key performance parameters for embedded systems and provide tips on thermal management.
11:00 - 11:30Mathias Maas
Cognex
Solving high-end applications using Deep Learning on a Smart-Camera

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A detailed overview of the new possibilities to be had with leveraging Deep Learning technology in vision these days and which new applications can now be evaluated which haven’t been possible in the past. We will show how this powerful new technology is now embedded in a smart camera, which does not only make it very handy but as well reduces the complexity of deployment immensely.
11:30 - 12:00Paul Cunningham
Acrovision
Deep Learning: Quick & Easy Classification

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In this presentation, Acrovision will explain how implementing Deep Learning AI technology is becoming easier to achieve, even with sophisticated front-end screens. We will provide an introduction to the new Edge Learning Tool from Cognex ViDi. The ease of use and functionality of the tool for quick deployment of systems, focusing on the benefits of this new feature within the Deep Learning range. A brief introduction of the Web HMI feature embedded within this range, a simple point-and-click interface allows customers to build highly interactive, web-based HMIs remotely accessible via a web browser over the network.
12:00 - 12:30Rob Webb
IDS Imaging
How to benefit from the principles of Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) with IDS NXT ocean

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Many of the elements of deploying machine vision solutions based on deep learning are the same or similar to those using traditional rules based processing. However the data element and models of deep learning bring new challenges. In this talk we look at how to effectively use some of the principles of MLOps and how IDS NXT ocean links into these principles for successful projects.
14:30 – 15:00Torsten Wiesinger
LUCID Vision Labs
All-in-One Industrial Edge Computing with the Triton Edge Camera

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Industrial camera manufacturers are constantly challenged to design smaller and more power efficient products, and at the same time increase their overall performance. Cameras have become smarter offering machine learning capabilities to deploy trained machine learning models in order to automatically classify, detect, or segment features of objects faster and more accurately than humans can. LUCID’s Triton Edge camera featuring Xilinx’s Zynq UltraScale+™ MPSoC provides a new level of on-camera performance and flexibility without sacrificing power efficiency, sensor performance, or camera size. Learn about how you can jump start your vision application by reducing overall size, cutting manufacturing costs, and saving development time, while providing more value to your end-users.
15:00 – 15:30Richard Oakley
Allied Vision Technologies
Machine Vision on Embedded Systems – Possibilities and Limitations

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This presentation will compare traditional machine vision vs embedded vision, what considerations should be made and the advantages and disadvantages of each system.
15:30 - 16:00Jon Vickers
Matrix Vision
Cameras for machine vision and embedded vision - the latest technology trends

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The future of machine vision cameras has two divergent paths that show trends towards miniaturisation and also industrialisation. On the one hand, increasingly industrial cameras must be ruggedised, powerful enough to deal with the biggest and best sensors and an integrated part of the industrial processes. Meanwhile, the opportunities for embedded cameras in edge computing takes a different route – smaller, lower power and yet still able to use the latest sensors with the highest data-rates. Matrix Vision serves both markets and many in-between with a large range of options (over 80000 camera combinations) and frequent customisation with a fast time to market.
16:00 - 16:30Jakub Cieplak
Adaptive Vision
Deep Learning Meets 3D Vision: Simpler Than You Thought, Better Than You Hoped

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A lot has been said on deep neural networks and the way they keep transforming the machine vision market as we know it. What has up till now garnered far less attention is the way in which 3D vision can complement deep learning algorithms to ensure efficient realization of even very demanding projects. Combine traditional vision algorithms with deep learning to deliver a robust solution, all within one user-friendly graphical environment. Meet Adaptive Vision engineers at Machine Vision Conference and see this approach in action!
16:30 - 17:00Vincent Bos
Demcon
Synthetic Training Data for Machine Learning

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Machine Learning is a powerful instrument, but heavily relies on the quality of available data and annotation. Rare edge-cases may be lacking, precise labeling can be difficult to nearly impossible or the data simply does not exist yet. Demcon Synthetic Data develops procedural 3D models to generate project specific datasets by simulating specific sensors in this virtual environment. The known ground truth of the simulation has the added benefit of enabling pixel perfect, rich labeling, which might otherwise not be feasible. We will present examples of synthetic data projects in food, robotics and quality inspection and will discuss how we ensure both adequate precision and variation in our synthetic datasets.

Understanding Vision Technology

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10:30 – 11:00Mark Williamson
Stemmer Imaging
3D Technologies in Comparison – Identify the right 3D approach for your application

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With such a wide range of base technologies used in 3D machine vision its important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each and where each is best deployed. This Seminar covers the most common 3D camera technologies, processing approaches and latest developments enabling you to make an informed choice when next evaluating if 3D will help you solve your machine vision application.
11:00 – 11:30Jak McCarthy
ClearView Imaging
How to Solve the Machine Vision Puzzle

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For anyone new to Vision Systems, or those with little experience, this presentation breaks down the task of developing a Vision System into 7 pieces of a puzzle, giving hints and tips that will help you avoid some of the pitfalls and allow you to create a great vision system.
11:30 – 12:00Jools Hudson
Gardasoft
Solving real world problems with Machine Vision lighting

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Good lighting is the fundamental starting point of an effective MV system. If a good image cannot be reliably captured, it will create many issues for the machine vision system designer. This presentation explains how to resolve common machine vision problems by using a lighting controller to capture precise and repeatable images. This is especially important in high-speed applications. Gardasoft Vision produce advanced lighting controllers to create better images faster.
12:00 – 12:30Dominic Obiedzinski
Wenglor Sensoric
When a vision application becomes a profile application

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As a leading, global manufacturer of 2D Vision Sensors, Systems and Laser Profile Sensors , wenglor will present applications not typically-associated with profiling technology and how creative approaches can often simplify applications that start off as '2D Vision'. The speakers will present the challenges and considerations of several real-world applications and look in-depth at the technical solutions adopted. Wenglor's concept for Vision Software is simple; one software package for all Vision products and we call this UniVision. The speakers will explore how wenglor's approach to Vision Software encourages the modern day 'problem-solver'.
14:30 – 15:00Neil Sandhu
SICK UK
Machine Vision in harmony with Robotics

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Robotisation and the use of robots is increasing throughout industry. Automation of tasks to a high degree with Robots is becoming more accessible and these solutions can maintain their high levels of accuracy by utilising the power of Machine Vision in combination to form a powerful total guidance application. The session will focus on the differing types of Machine Vision technologies and how they benefit a wide variety of Robot applications in today’s industrial world.
15:00 – 15:30Cameron Millar
Keyence
Simple Setup for Direct Robot Vision Integration

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15:30 - 16:00Hashem Khan
ClearView Imaging
Choosing the Best Camera Interface for Your Application

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Choosing the right camera interface for your application is a critical part of ensuring any Machine Vision system works well. There are many interfaces to pick from and it can be difficult to make the right decision. This presentation will cover all available Machine Vision interfaces and explore the pros and cons of each one.
16:00 – 16:30Anthony Williams
OEM Automatic
Machine vision at its simplest

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Machine Vision at its simplest by Anthony Williams. The simple transition from Sensors to Smart Sensors, to Smart Cameras… When was the last time you considered using a vision system to improve quality? With 20 years of experience in machine vision, I discuss how easily a complete machine vision solution can be designed and successfully implemented using current technology.
16:30 - 17:00Carl Lewis
Landing AI
Transitioning AI Models from Proof-of-Concept to Full Scale Deployment in Manufacturing

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Learn how to: Accelerate deployment of inspection applications with Landing Lens Select edge devices suitable for application deployment in a factory environment Partner with local experts to accelerate deployment time.

Systems & Applications

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10:30 – 11:00Neil Sandhu
SICK UK
Machine Vision: Out of the Box!

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Robotisation and the use of robots is increasing throughout industry. Automation of tasks to a high degree with Robots is becoming more accessible and these solutions can maintain their high levels of accuracy by utilising the power of Machine Vision in combination to form a powerful total guidance application. The session will focus on the differing types of Machine Vision technologies and how they benefit a wide variety of Robot applications in today’s industrial world.
11:00 – 11:30Chris Sharples
AutoCoding Systems
Combination inspections within the 4Sight platform

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Using SICK’s Programmable Inspector P cameras, AutoCoding’s 4Sight software is capable of running different multiple inspections on one capture without the need for an expensive line-side PC. This allows the system to inspect detailed information such as date code and batch information, as well as complex artwork within a single, easy-to-use platform. The software has recently been granted a UK Patent which recognises the innovative methodology used for inspecting printed codes, differentiating it from other print inspection solutions.
11:30 – 12:00Darren Tyrrell
Munro Vision Systems
Automation of Traditional 'End of Line' Inspection

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Machine Vision Systems traditionally work very well in highly automated, rapid production lines. It is also well documented how unreliable human inspection is, but, many low and medium volume manufacturers rely on human inspection to validate conformance to specifications. How can cost effective Machine Vision technologies augment manual inspection to make traditional end of line checks a viable, and cost effective quality assurance tool, even for small batch sizes.
12:00 – 12:30Julian Parfitt
Alrad Imaging
Automation and Process Control applications in Visible to Thermal

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This presentation takes a look at some typical process control applications using both visible and non-visible wavelengths and explores the use of Visible and SWIR wavelengths for a number of applications including quality control and material differentiation. The Thermal wavelengths are investigated for Printed circuit board inspection, laser welding (metal and plastic) and inspection of laminates.
14:30 – 15:00Carl Leyland
Acrovision
Pharma Label and Packaging Inspection with CFR21 Part 11

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The requirements for 100% label and packaging inspection is becoming an increasingly important factor in all market sectors. Specifically, CFR21 part 11 is a standard set out by the FDA in order to create a Worldwide requirement for full audit recording and report generation within the Medical Device and Pharmaceutical industries. Acrovision will explain how Industrial Vision and Automatic Identification are the ideal technology to meet these needs. They will present their Validator CFR21 solution, which has been designed to meet the relevant standards requirements including UDI directives and variable code (serialisation) Validation.
15:00 – 15:30Mark Williamson
Stemmer Imaging
From Field to Table - Machine Vision Applications in the Agriculture & Food Market

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Due to the variable nature of food products, applying machine vision in the food market has always been one of the more challenging applications. With recent development in Imaging technology we are seeing more and more applications becoming viable in an industry that’s always been manpower intensive. This seminar takes a look at a wide range of applications that are now possible using machine vision and the technologies deployed to make them possible, including 3D, Hyperspectral, Near Infrared as well as the rapid development of AI techniques ideal for dealing with the variations found with organic products.
15:30 – 16:00Adam Carless
Beckhoff Automation
Moving vision into real-time automation

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Introduction to the Beckhoff Platform and the leading edge integration methods allowing for real time processing of Image data on a single platform.
16:00 – 16:30Keith Gallant
Reliability Maintenance Solutions
See Vibration - Measuring and Amplifying Vibration through the camera sensor

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Motion Amplification invented by Jeff Hay at University or Louisville has been transforming the way Vibration Engineers measure and understand vibration on machines and components. The technology utilises CMOS sensors to extract meaningful and accurate vibration data. This captured data can be analysed with an amplification to see the vibration visually, thus allowing the user to see mode shapes and such.
16:30 – 17:00Peter James, Digimarc and Rob Rogers, Mettler Toledo LtdFighting Food Fraud through Digitization: Protecting Your Brand and Your Consumers

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According to Insight Partners, seven percent of the products found in grocery stores contain fraudulent ingredients as well as counterfeiting with fish, coffee, olive oil, vinegar and honey experiencing the greatest rise in food fraud. Our speakers will share how food manufacturers are protecting brand integrity through the digitization of the food safety landscape. By digitizing products at the time of manufacture, brands and retailers are getting ahead of the curve – aggregating product data in the product cloud at every point in the value chain for visibility, validation and real-time intelligence. Brand integrity demands end-to-end supply chain transparency and traceability. Join us to learn how brands are ensuring the integrity of food while preserving brand reputation in the marketplace today. Product digitization – through connected packaging – offers food manufacturers a competitive edge in the war against food fraud.

3D Vision

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10:30 - 11:00Thor Vollset
Scorpion Vision
Reducing Pain and Risk Using 3D Neural Stereo Vision

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We will show how 3D Robot Vision and Assembly Verification can be simplified using Stereo Vision and Neural Networks . The power of AI, neural networks, reduce the pain for conveyor picking and assembly verification.
11:00 – 11:30Marcel Svec
Photoneo
The paradigm shift in 3D vision - MotionCam-3D

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The paradigm shift in 3D vision - MotionCam-3D - The choice of a machine vision 3D system capable of scanning large dynamic working areas is quite limited. Technologies like Time of Flight or Active Stereo provide high speed at low accuracy, while Structured Light systems are very accurate but without the ability to scan dynamic scenes. The new patented Parallel Structured Light technology by Photoneo closes this market gap and provides high-quality area 3D scanning in motion, making existing industrial applications faster and more reliable as well as it opens new frontiers for vision-guided robotics which were previously hardly possible.
11:30 – 12:00Lucien Vleugels
LMI Technologies GMBH
All-in-One 3D Smart Sensors for Inline Food Processing Inspection and Optimization

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In this presentation we will discuss the many applications for smart 3D vision and AI solutions in food processing and production. From inline package and seal inspection to organic material sorting and portioning, attendees will learn how LMI’s 3D laser scanning technologies and turnkey, full-service AI systems can deliver improved product yield, reduced operating costs, and help protect factories against pandemic risk through the power of factory automation. The presentation will address the benefits of 3D machine vision and machine learning in applications across a range of industries including meat and protein processing (beef, cheese, pork, fish, poultry), as well as dairy products and baked goods. As a result, you will come away with a stronger sense of the short and long-term business benefits to implementing these automated vision inspection systems.
12:00 – 12:30Glenn Wedgbrow
Micro Epsilon
High Precision 3D sensors for geometry and surface inspections

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SurfaceCONTROL 3D is our next generation of sensors for high precision 3D data capture and inspection of surfaces and features. The sensors use the fringe projection principle to detect diffuse reflecting surfaces and generate a 3D point cloud. This point cloud is subsequently evaluated in order to recognise geometry, extremely small defects and discontinuities on the surface. In this seminar you will learn about the technology used, sensor integration possibilities and our latest 3D Inspect software for analysis of the captured data.
14:30 – 15:00Jason MacDonald
Matrox Imaging
Jointly using multiple 3D profile sensors

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Applications requiring multiple 3D profile sensors pose unique challenges. Scanning large objects, or from differing points of view, necessitate the careful integration and additional calibration of the whole 3D scanning system. This session will describe how 3D profile sensors that are both individually factory-calibrated and can be further calibrated to directly operate in the same coordinate system greatly simplify the task of realizing such a 3D scanning system.
15:00 – 15:30Mark Williams
Basler AG
Time to make 3D Vision small, simple on a budget

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Basler explore the latest innovation for simple effective 3D depth sensing in a passive and compact format . This new innovation light field sensor technology, is compact, but supports the Pylon SDK and therefore GeniCam . This makes it suitable for applications such as Factory automation, ITS, Biometrics, Retail , Stereo devices and where low cost depth imaging may be required.
15:30 – 16:00Tim Dodd
IFM
3D time of flight in complex vision applications

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As we look to the future it is clear that more and more tasks in our factories will require some form of vision. In particular the rise in the requirement for COBOTS, AGV’s and AMR’s on the factory floor means that vision, in particular 3d vision, must cost effective, robust, and as far as possible simple to implement. The good news is, that in many applications, the relatively low cost of 3D ToF technology can full fill these requirements. In this short presentation we will look to open your eyes to the possibilities
16:00 – 16:30Cameron Millar
Keyence
Increasing Inspection Stability with 3D Imaging

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KEYENCE Illumination Technology has proven instrumental in enabling stable inspection industry-wide, without influence from target surface conditions and contrast or variations between good parts. In this must-see seminar for users of machine vision, we investigate the concept and benefits of pattern projection lighting. Imaging in 3D gives more stable part detection thanks to the addition of height data. Eight light sources project a varying stripe pattern onto a surface and the variations in this pattern across the surface allow us to generate the 3D image. The ultra-high speed CMOS sensors and processors allow for rapid image generation, meaning that both 2D and 3D inspection can be undertaken simultaneously.

Camera Technology

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10:30 – 11:00Jason MacDonald
Matrox Imaging
Reliable 10+ GigE acquisition

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Machine vision applications requiring 10+ GigE cameras can be challenging; they benefit from a high data transmission rate but suffer from increased demands on the host system, resulting in lost data packets, dropped image frames, and increased latency. This session will explore the advantages of using a smart NIC add-in board with GigE Vision offload which offers a more reliable, cost-effective alternative to generic or proprietary 10+ GigE acquisition solutions.
11:00 – 11:30Ian Alderton
Alrad Imaging
High Speed Interface Technologies for Machine Vision

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This presentation focuses on the popular high speed interfaces and the growth in speed and resolution which can be achieved with the latest cameras, in particular GigE interface technologies including: 10GigE, 25GigE, 50GigE and 100GigE and the respective data acquisition methods and hardware.
11:30 – 12:00Torsten Wiesinger
LUCID Vision Labs
Enhance Your Industrial Application with LUCID’s Factory Tough™ SWIR Camera

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In recent years, there has been a growing demand for short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging with more products becoming available that enhance the capabilities of machine vision systems beyond the visible wavelength. Industrial applications such as fruit inspection and sorting, packaging, IR microscopy, semiconductor inspection, material sorting can greatly benefit from SWIR imaging. In this presentation, we will cover the advancements of Sony’s SenSWIR technology paired with our brand new Atlas SWIR Factory Tough™camera, capable of capturing images across both visible and invisible light spectrums, and boasting a miniaturized pixel size of 5μm. The IP67-rated Atlas SWIR camera is equipped with integrated single-stage thermoelectric sensor cooling (TEC1) for superior image quality and extended operating temperature range, making it ideal for challenging industrial environments.
12:00 – 12:30Adreas Lange
Teledyne Dalsa
Multi Camera Topology – How to ensure Data Integrity in a GigE Environment

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When your application requires the use of multiple Fast, High Bandwidth Gigabit Ethernet cameras, how do you ensure that data integrity is maintained? Specially if this topology requires multiple switch boxes that transmit data to a number of PC’s for image processing. We have all experienced the loss of data packets and packet resend with GigE cameras. However, with Teledyne DALSA’s advanced GigE architecture and software, the loss of data packets are problems of the past. This presentation will cover some of the tools that Teledyne DALSA offers customers to resolve challenges/issues with complex GigE architectures
14:30 – 15:00Simon Hickman
Multipix Imaging
Faster than a speeding bullet... never miss a thing

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A look into latest developments in High-speed imaging and High-speed image streaming. Technology explained with example applications and slow-motion videos up to 28,000fps. From Taser gun testing to high-speed wafer inspection and beyond... a very interesting look at what can be done with ultra-high-speed cameras.
15:00 – 15:30Benoit Ostiz
Photonfocus
Why choose a customised camera for your application?

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When selecting a Machine Vision camera for your system, sometimes you might need a specific function, or form-factor, which isn’t available in standard camera. This session will explain how to have a tailored solution for your application.
15:30 – 16:00Stefan Waizmann
SVS Vistek
Industrial vision with Sony SWIR sensor

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The Sony IMX990 image sensor is kind of a game changer in SWIR technology. The properties of the new SenSWIR sensor from Sony are opening up new fields of application for SWIR industrial vision. In practical implementation though, these sensor properties often require a different approach on the optical side.
16:00 – 16:30Kevin Cheng
Hikrobot
2022 HIKROBOT UK New Product Release Event

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In this conference HIKROBOT will release new products including 16K line scan camera/vision sensor/deep learning smart camera ,etc. As a tech-innovate company, HIKROBOT will bring the cutting-edge technology to machine vision industry, providing a full range of components including camera/lens/smart camera/code reader/industrial PC/ accessories, help to facilitate intelligent manufacturing.
16:30 - 17:00Carl Tyler
Murrelektronik
Decentralized Vision Installation Concepts

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Our installation solutions have been developed whilst working alongside several camera manufacturers to offer the following benefits. • 30 percent cost savings in electrical installation • Less need for control cabinet capacity • No time-consuming installation in the control cabinet • Data processing directly in the machine environment • Quick and easy function diagnosis during operation • High-resolution image processing thanks to data transmission at 1Gbit/s via X-coded data lines to the switch • Different camera types can be used • Pre-assembled cables and plug-in modules reduce installation effort and avoid assembly errors

Optics & Illumination

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10:30 – 11:00Simon Hickman
Multipix Imaging
The changing face of optics

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Is it now possible to use low-cost optics for high precision applications? How do inexpensive optics compare to traditional high-end products? What is important and are we now able to utilise them without compromising the quality of our measurements? A presentation of comparative data with a connection to modern sensor use.
11:00 – 11:30Thomas Armspach-Young
Edmund Optics
Athermalization and Ruggedization

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In this presentation, the benefits and drawbacks of ruggedization and athermalization as well as the implications when it comes to designing and manufacturing these types of lenses will be looked at in greater detail.
11:30 – 12:00Gaspar van Elmbt
Get Cameras
Tips and tricks for selecting the right camera lens

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Smart choices can reduce cost. In this presentation we will discuss the basics in selecting the correct camera and lens. We cover topics like camera interfaces, sensors and different lenses. We learn you how to select the best options, keeping cost price reduction in mind.
12:00 – 12:30Jack McKinley
TPL Vision
How to Create Robust Lighting on Large Fields of View

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Regardless of the application, brightness and homogeneity are two key components needed for optimal imaging results. The larger the Field of View, the more challenging it becomes to achieve these two elements. It is well known that the brightness of light is strongly correlated with the working distance (called the ‘inverse square law of light’) - this means that the intensity of light is inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The latter is especially critical when working with large Fields of View. This seminar was created to explore this challenge and explain the most up-to-date lighting methods available to help you achieve reliable, high-quality images for inspection. You will learn that modularity is key; you don’t need a large and expensive lighting system to illuminate a large FOV, all you need is a modular illumination solution, easy to change and adapt to your production environment. The presentation will explain how to get the best read rates possible by creating the Curve Effect, an innovative method that helps you find the best illumination angle and get incredibly homogeneous imaging results.
14:30 – 15:00Paul Wilson
Scorpion Vision
The Raspberry Pi Camera Revolution

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The 10th anniversary of the Raspberry Pi has coincided with massive growth in lower cost embedded camera modules. This presentation describes the variety of sensors and some real world machine vision case studies of the low cost omnipotent Raspberry Pi camera platform.
15:00 – 15:30Rob van der Spank
Fujifilm Electronic Imaging Europe GMBH
Fujinon heavy duty lenses: concept and benefits of the rugged lens series HF-XA-1F

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In the field of Machine Vision, shocks and vibrations often occur. Especially in moving applications, such as robot vision, it is important that all components of the vision system are stable and can withstand the conditions. For lenses, this means that they must be particularly robust so that neither the glass elements inside shift nor the mechanical components shake in order to keep the optical imaging quality constantly high. Fujifilm has responded to these demands by launching a particularly robust lens series, the heavy duty Fujinon HF-XA-1F series. The presentation explains the rugged optical and mechanical design and highlights the advantages of these lenses.
15:30 - 16:00Douglas Bourne
Gardasoft
Sequencing and timing of Machine Vision lighting

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This presentation is a brief overview of important light sequencing and timing techniques that can be used in machine vision. Topics include interleaved line-scan, obtaining a colour image from a greyscale camera, sequencing lights to obtain enhanced information from a single camera station.

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