AIA Vision Week is highlighting the latest innovations in vision and imaging as automation continues its expansion out of the factory into a wide variety of industries.
The educational conference sessions feature industry experts discussing the latest advances in vision technology, integration techniques, new use cases and machine learning applications.
Registration for the event will be open all through the week and will allow access to all presentations since Monday. Register here
Today’s programme starts at 10am Eastern Time; 3pm BST; 4pm CEST; 10pm CST and is on the theme of Vision & Robotics.(All start times ET).
10-10.30am: Machine Learning-enabled Robotics Vision in Warehouses and Factories presented by Bastiane Huang, OSARO
10.45-11.15am: Advances in Omnidirectional Cameras and its Impact on Robotics presented by Rajat Aggarwal, DreamVu
11.30am-12pm: The Biggest Challenges of Bin Picking presented by Jan Zizka, Photoneo
1.30-2pm: Building Advanced Robotics Applications Quickly: Vision Sensor Integration with Robot Operating System presented by Katherine Scott, Open Robotics (Read Katherine’s exclusive MVPro Q&A)
2:15-2.45pm: High-Speed Bin Picking via Commercial Cameras and AI presented by Paul Thomas, PE, Procter and Gamble
3-3.30pm: The Future of Robot Safety: From Collaborative Robots to Collaborative Applications through Advanced Vision presented by Clara Vu, Veo Robotics (Read Clara’s exclusive MVPro Q&A)
3.45-4.15pm: Random SKU Depalletizing Using Vision and AI presented by Bryan Knott, ABB