Vision Spectra Conference 2023

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July 18, 2023 - July 20, 2023
Photonics Media

About this Event
Take your professional growth to new heights with machine vision insight and trends.

Photonics Media invites you to join us virtually July 18 to 20 for our annual Vision Spectra Conference.

Brought to you by the editors of Vision Spectra magazine, a series of must-see webcasts on topics ranging from machine vision optics to the ever-evolving landscape of deep learning for inspection is on tap. Held exclusively online, the event showcases sessions from industry stalwarts to up-and-coming startups discussing insights and innovations in inspection & AI, vision-guided robotics, FPGAs, cameras & sensors, hyperspectral imaging, and optics & illumination.

Highlighting this year’s event is a talk from one of the world’s foremost experts on supply chains and logistics, Yossi Sheffi, Ph.D., director of the MIT’s Center for Transportation. “Technology & the Future of Work”, addresses the role of AI and automation in today’s increasingly dynamic work environment.

Author of the recently published “The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, AI, and the Future of Work”, Sheffi explores the benefits that AI and robots have imparted on logistics and supply chain managers. Now, as managers in these sectors face higher rates of data — often embedded in multiple formats — Sheffi examines the array of available technologies and deployment strategies to address these and other challenges. The presentation will look at lessons learned from the pandemic, forecasted trends, and the present state of the supply chain.

Registration to attend the event is FREE.

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