Optics and Illumination

Machine Vision Basics

An optimized optics and illumination set-up can significantly improve the performance of your machine vision system.

In this basic course you will learn how to select the correct components and how to extend the service life of your illumination, helping you to decrease operational costs.

You’ll also see many examples of applications, taken from real successful cases of industrial equipments and production lines integrating machine vision.

TARGET AUDIENCE

People new to the machine vision who need to plan, design or use machine vision systems.
N
o prior machine vision knowledge is required.

Machine Vision engineers who would like to review some basics concepts on optics and lighting.

CONTENT
  • Introduction to the basics of industrial optics and illumination technology
  • Strategies to select the most suitable illumination
  • Selection of suitable optics and their calculation, optical errors, challenges in measuring
  • Use and application of optical filters, lasers and flash controllers
  • Application cases
PARTECIPATION FEE

Contact us to receive pricing information. Each participant will receive the training material in advance.
The price includes training documents, a certificate of participation and an individual appointment with our application engineers to discuss your application.

NOTES

The training course will be subject to a minimum of participants. You will receive confirmation for the event 1 week in advance.

NEXT EVENT

  • ico date 23rd November
  • ico date 14.00 - 18.00 CET
  • ico date 4 hours
  • FORMAT: Webinar
  • LANGUAGE: English
  • TRAINER: Davide Soresina

Davide Soresina is a Technical Support Specialist at Opto Engineering® Europe Headquarters and he is part of the team that supports the Italian, East European, South East Asia, Turkish, Israelian and Indian markets. He graduated in Informations and Communication Engineering in 2018 at the University of Trento.

During the university he collaborated with teaching professors as a tutor to other students.

After that, he started working in Opto Engineering® as a Technical Support Specialist.

During his time in Opto Engineering® he also started a teaching experience at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, with a course about Industrial Vision Systems.