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IET lecture will explore cutting edge sensor technology

06 December 2012

Leuze electronic will be presenting another of its popular evening lectures for the IET, this time in Swindon on Tuesday 11th December at 6.30pm.

The lecture, Lasers, Camera, Action – What’s hot in industrial sensors, will describe and then demonstrate how lasers, smart cameras, 3D scanners and optical ASICs are the latest technologies used to achieve robust and reliable sensing.

The talk will describe how these technologies help not just industrial robots build your car, but also the machines which fill your beer or milk bottle, plus the warehouses that ensure your supermarket or online retailer have the stock you want, or even the cranes which help build the aircraft that you fly upon. 

There will also be the opportunity to see how laser sensors, 3D sensing and vision systems work with everyone encouraged to re-live their childhood by playing with a conveyor belt system built with Lego.

The event is open to anyone and is free of charge, but the IET would like you to reserve a place if possible. To register. click here

The lecture takes place at New College, New College Drive, Swindon, SN3 1AH, 11th December, 18:30 until 20:30. For directions, click here.







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