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Getting started with a deep learning factory automation project

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Deep learning image analysis is opening factory automation opportunities across a wide range of industries. However, plant managers rightly hesitate to risk their existing qualified processes in favour of a new technology’s potential rewards. Here are five areas to consider before deploying a first pilot project to avoid costly missteps and lost time.

PIA Ningbo workers preparing the production line to make surgical masks

Labs, machine shops, cleanrooms - we need your PPE

The need for PPE increases as the number of cases of Covid-19 escalates, while PIA Ningbo has purchased two abandoned production lines to make surgical face masks

Panelists from left: Christian Vollrath, Wenglor Sensoric; Rainer Schönhaar, Balluff; Peter Keppler, Stemmer Imaging; Andreas Waldl, B&R; and Dr Klaus-Henning Noffz, Basler

Vision not intuitive enough, say experts at SPS

Anne Wendel, director of VDMA Machine Vision, reports from SPS 2019 in Nuremberg, where vision system simplicity was discussed

Automate Forward

Automate Forward features 80+ speakers discussing the latest applications and innovations in robotics, AI, vision & imaging, motion control & motors, and related automation technologies. You can also find 100 leading automation suppliers in our virtual exhibit hall that will help you implement automation to get faster, better and more efficient.

Electric dreams

As car makers install production lines for electric vehicles, Greg Blackman looks at how vision is currently used in their factories

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