Motion Controls Robotics, Inc. had the privilege of giving a presentation at the 2013 International Conference on Vision Guided Robotics at Georgia Tech University on Thursday, November 14, 2013. This PowerPoint presentation was assembled based on the experience of our talented robot and PLC programmers at MCRI. For a look at the presentation, titled "The Good, Bad, Ugly and Beautiful of Vision Guided Robot Applications", a study of 10 different robotic vision applications including photos and video, click on the following link.
The meeting was attended by users, suppliers and academics from across the globe.
All topics covered at the conference;
The Basics of Machine Vision, David Dechow, FANUC Robotics America
Successfully Integrating Vision Guided Robotics, David Dechow, FANUC Robotics America
Practical 2D Vision Guided Robotics (VGR)
- Overview of 2D Vision Guided Robotics, David Dechow, FANUC Robotics America
- How To: Vision Guidance, the Definitive Guide, Eric Hershberger, Cognex Corporation
- Using 2D VGR & Terminal Guidance in Aerospace Manufacturing, Mark Anderson, Comau, Inc.
Practical 3D VGR
- 3D Vision Guided Robotics Overview, Steven Prehn, Robotic Guidance
- Image Processing Techniques for 3D VGR, Heiko Eisele, MVTec, LLC
- Robotic Guidance – Putting It All Together, Joe Cyrek, Recognition Robotics
The Business Case for VGR
- Putting Vision to Work: Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), Scot Lindemann, JR Automation
Key Technologies in VGR
- Virtual Vision Guided Robotics, David Bruce, FANUC America Corporation
Advanced 3D VGR Solutions
- New Trends in 3D Bin Picking, Adil Shafi, ADVENOVATION
- Intelligent Automation, Hob Wubbena, Universal Robotics
- Model Based Vision for Inspection and Robot Control, Henrik Christensen, Georgia Institute of Technology
VGR Application "How-To’s"
- Good, Bad, Ugly and Beautiful of VGR Applications, Motion Controls Robotics, Inc.
- Design and Implementation of Vision Guided Robots at GM, Brian Musser and Lance Ransom, General Motors
- Large and Low Contrast Vision Challenges, Jeff Boeve, Epoch Robotics