Really Know Your Tools: How can in-camera features optimize the design of your vision system
You’re only as good as your tools, regardless as to whether it’s managing to obtain crispy images within nanoseconds or synchronizing multiple cameras in the same network. But how well do you know your tools in hand as a machine vision system designer? The deep knowledge of vision tools is more challenging today than it was before, as modern full-stack developers might be regularly relying on dozens of tools provided by their vision components, which makes it improbable that they will master them all in depth.
Webinar Trailer: How can in-camera features optimize the design of your vision system?
With this webinar, we would like to guide you to make use of some of the primary in-camera features. They are extremely efficient and fun, and they’ll hopefully help you save time and cost too, especially when it comes to demanding AOI applications such as PCB inspections.
On 27th May, Hongliang Teo, Application Engineer at Basler Asia, will describe some of the useful camera functions for demanding applications and explain how a little knowledge of in-camera features can optimize your vision system without extra costs.
Register to learn how to：
- get the best control and synchronization of your application
- get sharp and well illuminated images while triggering a camera
- get the maximum frame rate while continuously applying different camera parameter sets
- increase your camera speed and decrease your bandwidth usage by only transferring your desired regions of interest
- find the right way to protect your camera
Hong Liang holds a Bachelor's degree on Electric/Electronics engineering. He joined Basler as an Application Engineer and is responsible for handling technical issues and troubleshooting. Currently Hong Liang is supporting Basler’s customers and distributors in Southeast Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand; and he is expanding his role as a customer trainer.
|South East Asia and Oceanic Countries||English||27 May 2020 (Wednesday)||11:00AM-12:00PM SGT (GMT +8)|