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Illumination challenges in machine vision


In this webcast, our panel of experts tackle some of the greatest challenges for machine vision integrators when it comes to illumination. From shiny surfaces to standards, and from multispectral matters to smart LED lighting, the webcast is packed with essential information for those specifying and commissioning machine vision projects.

Who should attend: users and integrators of machine vision; suppliers and distributors of machine vision products; those working in research and development.

Speakers and presentations

Winn Hardin
Marketing, Smart Vision Lights 

The Growing Need or Precision in LED Lighting
The Growing Need or Precision in LED Lighting looks at three main trends in machine vision lighting, specifically, the need for lights with nanosecond response times versus today’s millisecond trigger/rise/fall times; the need to manage multiple lights, whether it be for multispectral applications or large-area, vision-guided-robotics multi-light installations Finally, the optical performance of new classes of high performance lights requires a multidisciplinary light design approach that includes electronic, optical, and mechanical engineering skillsets to optimize and balance the performance of each component within the lighting solution design.

Vincent Le Siou, 
UK Sales Engineer, Effilux

Are standardisation and machine vision lighting compatible?

It is well-known that standardisation is a key trend for cost savings nowadays. It is also true that an ‘all-in-one’ standardised vision system allows machine vision stakeholders to save time and money. Lighting is maybe the most important part of a vision system; it would be a great saving to standardise it. However, it is difficult to standardise machine vision lighting due to the diversity of industrial applications (reflective, colour, size, material etc.). Nevertheless, some solutions exist to allow the user to have an ‘all-in-one’ lighting system. This presentation shows how Effilux has introduced a modular and interchangeable machine vision lighting system in order to solve the lighting standardsation issue.

Simon Stanley,
Managing DIrector, ProPhotonix IRL

How to get the most value from Multispectral Imaging
Multispectral imaging is a relatively new and rapidly growing area of machine vision. As the technology advances, this type of imaging will become accessible for a much wider range of applications. This presentation looks at how to get the most value from multispectral imaging. Technical and commercial considerations in multispectral lighting will be discussed along with application examples.

Greg Blackman, 
Editor, Imaging and Machine Vision Europe

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