Deep learning

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.

Adaptive Vision Virtual Show

The event will be a mix of educational webinars and technical conversations with Adaptive Vision engineers. You will have a chance to learn about the most exciting machine vision topics including deep learning and 3D machine vision, discuss projects and requirements with Adaptive Vision engineers, as well as gather some new ideas for applications.

Free OpenVX webinar

Khronos will host a free OpenVX webinar that will:

  • Introduce the significant new features in OpenVX 1.3
  • Describe how these features are being leveraged by OpenVX adopters
  • Answer common questions about OpenVX
  • Show how OpenVX uniquely enables both driver optimization and extensibility
  • Analyze a complete application to learn about real-world performance, and memory footprint advantages of using OpenVX
  • Comparison between OpenVX and OpenCV

MVTec’s Halcon software library includes a deep learning OCR tool with pre-trained fonts from a wide range of industries. Credit: MVTec

Code critical

Matthew Dale explores vision solutions for code reading and inspection in pharmaceutical production

Decoding the dichotomy: Traditional image processing versus deep learning

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This paper will analyse the benefits and drawbacks of traditional image processing and deep learning. It aims to provide clarity on the subject of deep learning, which can then help data scientists and industries choose the most suitable method depending on the task.

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