Presentation will begin: Tuesday, July 18, 2023 - 2:15 PM EDT
Presented by: Tom Brennan, Artemis Vision
The warehouse and logistics environment is fast-paced and although the value of the shipped goods is high, margins are thin and people are in a hurry. Factory-based machine vision is the most comfortable feedback for dedicated operators who are backed by quality departments and engineering departments. Logistics and warehousing are entirely different with few dedicated machinery operators and little in the way of ancillary departments.
Furthermore, companies have little control over their own processes and making a change often requires both upstream and downstream collaboration. Despite this, companies are hungry to leverage technology and there is a lot of opportunity to drive efficiency. This webinar explores how to best adapt to evolving technologies throughout the warehouse and logistics environment so that they can serve the needs of the end-user.
About the presenter
Tom Brennan is the president and founder of Artemis Vision, which builds machine vision systems for automated quality inspection and optimization for manufacturing and logistics. He is an A3 Advanced-Level Certified Vision Professional, and he is ASQ’s 2021 Hromi Medal recipient for outstanding contribution to the science of inspection and for the advancement of the inspection profession.
Brennan has been working in the industrial machine vision and imaging processing software market for the past 12 years, where he has led the design of numerous successful machine vision systems for industries ranging from medical to automotive to warehousing. Brennan got his start in the vision industry designing machine vision vehicle detection.