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Filters: The Key to Image Quality in Modern Vision Applications

Wed, Dec 4, 2019 1:00P EST
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Your goal is simple: Acquire a clear, high-resolution, glare-free image — all while keeping costs down and ensuring that the process is repeatable. Does that sound difficult? Or even impossible? It doesn’t have to be. Optical filters are a simple, cost-effective way to enhance repeatability and to achieve the highest level of performance from your machine vision system. Join technical trainer Georgy Das from Midwest Optical to learn more about how optical filters can be used to solve even the toughest issues in machine vision applications and how filters can help you get ahead of the curve when it comes to next-generation applications.

About the presenter:
Georgy Das, Technical Trainer, Midwest Optical.Georgy Das is the technical training manager at Midwest Optical Systems. He has delivered countless presentations and training sessions all over the globe. He loves to figure out simple solutions to complex problems and is always tracking the latest trends in both machine vision and the technology landscape as a whole.

 

Who should attend:
Optical engineers, engineering management, and others whose work involves monitoring image quality and reliability for machine vision, factory automation, security and surveillance, inspection, process control, and robotic guidance. Anyone who requires high quality, reliability, and control for their imaging applications. 

 

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