The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) Winter Meetings

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The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) will hold a virtual meeting on Monday, December 2nd, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm.

We will review the status of New York projects funded by the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute, and introduce ARM’s new “Small Calls”, which are planned to begin in 2020. These additional project calls will provide grant funding for smaller, quicker applied research projects, where small to medium manufacturers can take the lead.

Please join us on this webinar if you are a robotics researcher, automation supplier, or a manufacturer using or interested in adopting industrial robotics. The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) seeks to build a strong, well-connected robotics ecosystem in New York State. There is currently no cost for membership. Contact Beth Bornick to learn more about ESARA.

Register here.

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FuzeHub is excited to invite NY manufacturers to attend this webinar. There’s no cost to register, thanks to our grant from the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute. Please forward it to any clients who might be interested.

Machine Vision 101 Webinar
DATE: Tue, Dec. 3, 2019,
TIME: 1:00PM – 02:00PM

Do you have a significant amount of visual inspection, measurement, or tracking and tracing requirements in your operation? If so, you could benefit from machine vision technology to improve your process effectiveness and efficiency.

Join Catalyst Connection, CMTC, FuzeHub, and Impact Washington for a webinar – Machine Vision 101: an Introduction to Industrial Machine Vision. The webinar will be presented by Raminder Sandhu, Advanced Automation Practice Lead, for CMTC in California.

Topics to be covered:

  • What is machine vision?
  • Key players in the industry
  • Line Scan, 2D and 3D Vision Systems
  • What are good places to apply machine vision on the factory floor?
  • Artificial Intelligence vs Traditional Machine Vision Software

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