UK vision seminars launched

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The European Imaging Academy, an educational initiative from Stemmer Imaging, has announced a series of machine vision training seminars in the UK. A programme of product-specific training, independent machine vision theory training and best practice training will take place in the UK during 2013.

This in-depth programme is especially tailored for people who are responsible for product and production quality and for ensuring that a production process is efficient, reliable and competitive. This includes automation professionals, project managers and engineers, quality control managers and engineers, process managers and engineers.

Independent technology courses cover: ‘Planning and realisation of machine vision solutions’ and ‘Optics and illumination systems for machine vision’. Product-specific courses are available on: ‘Machine vision solutions from Teledyne Dalsa’ and ‘3D imaging using the LMI Gocator’. Product-specific courses are available free of charge, while independent technology and theory courses are chargeable.

The European Imaging Academy’s main aim is to improve the transfer of theoretical and practical knowledge about machine vision to engineers across Europe. The training courses are especially tailored to the needs of people working day to day with practical tasks and feature hands-on sessions. Course lecturers are experienced experts with a lot of practical on the job vision expertise, who can provide not just the theoretical basics, but also a lot of helpful hints and tips gained from real-world experiences.

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