Enhancing Robot Performance with Industrial Vision

Feb 28, 2024
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About This Webinar
In this webinar, Mark Noschang and Renato Osaki from Omron delve into the crucial role of industrial vision in revolutionizing robot performance across various applications. From fixed industrial robots to collaborative robots and autonomous mobile robots, the integration of vision technology has become increasingly vital for enhancing navigation capabilities, product manipulation, and quality verification in manufacturing environments. They explore how vision is used in each robot type, showcasing real-world examples and highlighting the benefits it brings. Discover how industrial vision is shaping the future of robotics and unlocking new possibilities for flexibility, traceability, and adaptability in automation.

Who should attend:
Engineers, R&D scientists, and manufacturers using robots in machine vision applications. Those in vision industries that require machine tending, parts inspection, bin picking, and packing. Anyone working with cameras, sensors, and imaging.

About the presenters:
Mark Noschang is the applications engineering manager for robotics for Omron Automation, a provider of industrial automation and safety products. He started with Adept Technology in 1997 as an applications engineer and has more than 26 years of experience with robotics and vision applications in the automotive, medical, packaging, electronics, and food handling industries. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in electrical engineering focusing on systems engineering. Noschang is responsible for coordinating the robotics engineering efforts for Omron in North America focusing on training, feasibility studies, demonstrations, and proof-of-concepts as well as providing customer support and application development. He manages the Robotics Applications Engineering Group from the Omron Office in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Renato Osaki received a post graduate degree in automation and control engineering, and an MBA degree in marketing. He has 20 years of experience in the automation segment, where he worked in areas such as maintenance, development of special machine projects, sales, application engineering, and marketing. Currently, Osaki works at Omron as product manager for collaborative robots and frequency inverters. In his role, he is responsible for developing the marketing strategy for different types of industries, supporting the sales team with product and market knowledge. His favorite part of the job is building relationships with customers and other departments in the company.

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