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Learning Labs Looks at Vision Systems

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Charles Murray
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Charles Murray   2/8/2014 4:32:12 PM
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Rob, this is a great topic for for the Medical Design & Manufacturing Show. Much of that show is about high-production volume manufacturing of medical parts, which involves broad use of vision systems.

Rob Spiegel
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Rob Spiegel   2/6/2014 1:08:10 PM
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I agree, Naperlou. These Learning Labs should be plenty interesting.

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naperlou   2/6/2014 12:55:14 PM
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Rob, vision systems, cameras and software, have been improving lately.  With smart cameras and high bandwidth communciations, there are more ways to integrate cameras than ever before.  I see lots of great new applications coming in the automation world.

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