Training courses & User meetings

Seminars for Hikvision cameras

Scorpion Vision will run two seminars highlighting its range of Hikvision machine vision cameras. There will be presentations by industry leading professionals, as well as the opportunity to see the cameras in action first hand, with a range of demonstrations throughout the day.

Seminars for Hikvision cameras

Scorpion Vision will run two seminars highlighting its range of Hikvision machine vision cameras. There will be presentations by industry leading professionals, as well as the opportunity to see the cameras in action first hand, with a range of demonstrations throughout the day.

Introduction to the MIL/MIL-Lite Environment

Day 1 and 2 of the course offer lecture and lab-based introductions to the library, delving into the MIL software architecture, its installation and portability, the capture and handling of images, along with development and debugging techniques. Day 3 offers students the choice to take in additional lecture/lab sessions (MIL processing fundamentals and/or MIL/MIL-Lite environment advanced topics) or to get some one-on-one, application-specific discussion time with our support and development teams.

Matrox Design Assistant 5 training

Matrox Imaging will be offering classroom training on the Matrox Design Assistant 5 flowchart-based machine vision software at its Montreal, Canada headquarters from November 8 to 10. The three-day instructor-led course will provide in-depth training on developing applications using the latest iteration of Matrox Design Assistant, the first hardware-independent integrated development environment (IDE) that lets users easily create an application flowchart and HMI and take projects from concept to completion in record time, without the need for conventional programming.

Technical optics for imaging processing

The aim of this course is to provide the required understanding and knowledge in technical optics for an audience with general knowledge in image processing. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Bernd Jähne

The EMVA 1288 camera standard - new: version 3.1

The European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) realised a lack of standards in the market and initiated the new EMVA 1288 standard to correct this. This fantastic standard has been adopted worldwide and makes it easier to compare cameras and image sensors of different vendors. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Bernd Jähne

Characterisation of a CMOS camera - hands-on training

Features, possibilities, limitations and optimisation of CMOS sensors. The training focuses on the extraction of all performance data of a solid-state camera without knowing what is inside the camera. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Albert Theuwissen

Machine Vision Technology Forum

The Machine Vision Technology Forum is an opportunity to quickly gain more knowledge about the latest technologies and developments in imaging, as well as to get inspiration for improvements to applications.

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