Industrial Internet of Things: A look at the role of machine vision technologies in the IIoT

Original Air Date: August 22, 2018 Now available for on demand viewing.

Webcast Description:

The Industrial Internet of Things, also known as Industry 4.0, has become a significant buzzword in the industry over the past few years. But what does it really mean, and what type of impact can this have on the machine vision market?

In a webcast on August 22, Tom Brennan, President, Artemis Vision, will discuss IIoT and the potential impact on the machine vision market, and why this should matter to systems integrators and end users. He will also discuss the enabling technologies in IIoT, which include embedded computing devices, cloud computing, cameras and smart cameras, software, artificial intelligence, and more.

Additionally, Brennan will discuss how IIoT has the potential to improve productivity, reduce waste and downtime, optimize manufacturing processes, and overall, improve machine vision applications.


Presented by:

Tom Brennan
Artemis Vision

Tom Brennan is President of Artemis Vision a machine vision software and integration company headquartered in Denver, CO with regional offices in Dallas and Charlotte.  The company founded in 2010 has been entirely funded by successful customer projects and is leading development into Vision Guided Robotics, Parallel Computation for Vision, 3-D Vision and Traceability.  The company specializes in innovative approaches to industrial, medical and scientific vision problems.

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