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Scorpion Vision

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Scorpion Vision will be making two presentations at the conference. 

Thor Vollset will present a paper on the 3D robot guidance challenge. With multiple scenarios, high flexibility is required from robot guidance. Robots must be able to handle various types of moving object, reflective and naturally textured objects, small and large objects, and objects that are randomly oriented. Vollset's talk will address these requirements.

Paul Wilson will be giving a presentation on the automation of labour-intensive production lines. In the UK there are many factories that still have a heavy reliance on low cost labour. This is particularly noticeable within the food industry, which is driven in many respects by the dominance of supermarkets. Wilson will talk about his experience in automating a sprout peeling production line that has moved from reliance on 60 workers, to a compact, robotic system that works 24 hours per day, seven days a week.

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