Artificial Intelligence - A Door Opener to a New Era in Image Processing

Originally Recorded June 02, 2021 | 2 PM - 3 PM ET

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Artificial intelligence in general, and more specifically Deep Learning and neural networks, open the door to a new era in image processing. Why should companies look into this technology, what is important to know and how easy is it actually to set up a new project? This session answers these questions.

After attending this webinar, you will have a better grasp of this new technology and be familiar with the essential know-how concerning this field. We also show you that it is actually really easy to set-up your individual, deep learning-based vision solutions, even if you have no prior knowledge.

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Kevin McCabe

Kevin McCabe is a senior application engineer at IDS Imaging Development Systems Inc. Kevin joined IDS Imaging in 2012 as an application engineer and is responsible for technical inquiries across North America. He currently focuses on helping other engineers integrate IDS 2-D, Ensenso 3-D, and NXT AI Inference cameras and provides in-depth product training to customers, distributors, and resellers to ensure a quick time to market. Throughout his eight years at the company, Kevin has helped integrate IDS cameras into applications such as bin picking, palletizing/depalletizing, logistics automation, quality assurance, and ITS. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

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