Free training workshops

Adept Electronics Solutions has announced the first of their Machine Vision Training Workshop days, to be held in Sydney and Melbourne in July. Consisting of two days of technical training, the course offers hands-on, in-depth technical sessions covering the latest machine vision techniques and vision products.

The workshop will use products from Dalsa iPD Vision, a world leader in the design and manufacture of adaptable vision systems offering ease-of-use, compact size and reliability.

The workshop will be of interest to a variety of industry professionals — new machine vision users, those using a different vision system to Dalsa iPD, or those already using Dalsa iPD vision products. Systems integrators, original equipment manufacturers, engineers, process operators, production managers and consultants — all are welcome to discover new techniques, reinforce existing know-how and to discover the Dalsa iPD Vision Solutions.

Adept Electronic Solutions Managing Director Marc Fimeri said that “Adept is trying to offer something of value back to our existing customers, and something new to our prospective customers. We believe that by empowering them with the knowledge of how best to use vision for automated inspection we will strengthen the market, strengthen our customers’ position in their market and strengthen Adept.”

Dalsa iPD Boston’s Senior Application Engineer, Chris Chalifoux has been invited by AES to present many of the topics during the two day course, going through both the basic and advanced tools and techniques required for automated inspection. Chalifoux will also teach and discuss the use of Dalsa iPD’s INSPECT software, designed for ease-of-use and fast integration.

Dalsa iPD’s flagship machine vision software SHERLOCK, will be dealt with in detail while demonstrating and teaching the use of their world-class inspection tools for many different applications.

Attendees can bring a laptop or be provided with a PC for hands-on exercises under the supervision of three expert vision engineers from Adept, learning about compact, ruggedised Dalsa iPD VISION APPLIANCES and what they offer. There will also be an opportunity to study live demonstrations of real applications. Other topics addressed by Adept engineers will include optics: how to choose them and design them into your system; and lighting : what type to choose and when to choose them.

The technical training will be a full two day course. Two workshops will be held — one in Melbourne and one in Sydney on the following dates:

Melbourne — 14 and 15 July, 2008

Sydney — 17 and 18 July, 2008

There is no cost to attendees. Available seats are limited so please register early. Preference will be given to those companies and systems integrators that intend to use vision in the short to medium term and who are interested in using Dalsa iPD products. As part of the registration you will be required to fill-in a short questionnaire.

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