Seminar Series 2022

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Deep Learning for Factory Automation

17 May 2022
Theatre 2, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Future Technology

Machine Vision systems are teaching computers to perform inspections that detect defects, contaminants, functional flaws and other irregularities in manufactured products. Machine Vision excels at the quantitative measurement of a structured scene because of its speed, accuracy and repeatability. A Machine Vision system built around the right camera resolution and optics can easily inspect object details too small to be seen by the human eye and inspect them with greater reliability and less error. In this session we will be comparing Deep Learning To Human Visual Inspection and Traditional Machine Vision. Learn how:

  • Deep Learning improves consistency
  • Deep Learning improves reliability
  • Deep Learning increases processing speed
  • Deep Learning tolerates variations in data
  • Deep Learning is designed for hard to solve applications
Tony Bowyer, Owner - Automation Systems & Controls

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