New for 2020, AIA and the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) are launching the International Vision Solutions Conference, a free online event running November 11-12. This conference will complement the robust virtual event schedule offered by A3 this fall.
Two days of conference content will feature sessions from leading global companies in the vision and imaging industry, case studies on cutting-edge technology, and information to help companies solve the unique challenges they face when applying vision and imaging technologies.
Registration, a full agenda, keynote speakers, and specific conference session topics will be released within the coming weeks.
“Vision and imaging is an integral part of successful automation solutions,” said Jeff Burnstein, President of AIA and A3. “Coming out of the COVID-19 crisis, automation will be critical for companies in every industry, and this event will provide the information new and experienced users need to successfully solve their automation challenges.”
The International Vision Solutions Conference will highlight the latest innovations in vision and imaging as automation continues its expansion out of the factory into a wide variety of industries. Powered by machine learning and embedded processing, vision and imaging solutions are providing the gateway into new applications for manufacturing, logistics, food processing, medicine, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and autonomous robots and vehicles. Vision solutions have never been easier to implement or more effective. As data becomes the key to business success, vision systems are becoming a critical tool in capturing information that will empower process optimization, enterprise analytics and artificial intelligence solutions.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Reach out to Jim Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org or (734) 929-3268 for more information. Those interested in speaking opportunities can contact Robert Huschka at email@example.com or (734) 929-9364.
For more information, visit www.a3automate.org.
Report Abusive Comment