There is no way around automation if companies want to stand their ground in the face of a shortage of skilled workers, tight margins and ever-shorter time-to-market. In this context, cameras are indispensable. IDS is one of the market leaders in the field of industrial image processing. The company is hosting the online event «InsightImaging» on 21 November. Participants can look forward to versatile product presentations, case studies and «How To» sessions. In just one afternoon, they will learn everything they need to know about the latest image processing developments in 2D, 3D and AI and will be empowered to put their new knowledge into practice.
InsightImaging takes a close look at new developments
«Cameras make many processes more efficient. However, companies need to know their options so that they can benefit accordingly,» explains Patrick Schick, Product Marketing Manager at IDS. To this end, the company has put together a multifaceted programme for InsightImaging. This includes keynote speeches, Q&As and examples of the practical use of cameras from partners such as VMT Vision Machine Technic Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH
The focus will also be on product innovations such as Ensenso C, which is the first camera in the Ensenso product line to deliver both 3D point clouds and 2D colour images. Another highlight is the intelligent camera IDS NXT malibu. It has a special chip that not only offers excellent image quality, but for the first time also enables live streaming via RTSP and AI-based evaluations in the live image by means of an industrial camera.
Exclusive on 21.11.: Innovations, hands-on sessions, expert input
DENKweit, a Fraunhofer spin-off, will also be attending the event. Arvid Moritz, Head of Business Development at DENKweit, summarises: «With DENKnet, we want to perfect intelligent image evaluation for industrial applications. At the same time, we emphasise simplicity of use. In our session, we not only provide insights into the DENK VISION AI Hub, but also introduce specific application possibilities.» The combination of DENKnet image processing and industrial cameras from IDS allows particularly powerful, AI-based applications to be realised.
During the entire event, practical relevance is a key factor. The supporting programme therefore includes helpful «How To» sessions to impart knowledge by the Machine Vision Consulting Team from IDS.
• Suitable for: anyone who wants to know about new developments in the camera market.
• Event: 21 November from 13:30, online via Zoom
• Registration closing date: 15 November