By Andy Choi
Microscan, a machine vision, barcode and precision data acquisition solution provider for OEM, automation and life sciences applications, has announced that the company will participate at the 2012 Society for Laboratory Automation & Screening (SLAS)exhibition.
Microscan will present an educational workshop on machine vision titled Machine Vision Basics and Applications for Lab Automation. The Microscan presentation will be held on 6 February at the San Diego Convention Centre at Room 9.
The SLAS 2012 exhibition will showcase the latest developments in laboratory technologies and automation and will be held from 4-8 February, 2012 at the convention centre. SLAS is an international scientific community represented by 15,000 researchers, engineers and technologists from government, commercial and academic laboratories.
The Microscan presentation will be delivered by the Senior Applications Engineer of Miscroscan, Niels Wartenberg, who served as a bar coding technology instructor for the Association of Laboratory Automation, prior to joining Microscan. The presentation will highlight the basics of machine vision and digital imaging used in lab applications along with the parameters and technologies required in processing digital images. It will also cover the applications in robotic guidance, inspection, identification and measurement.
Microscan’s barcode and machine vision products have been developed to aid companies worldwide to automate critical processes while increasing production yields and reducing waste and cost through precision data acquisition. An ISO 9001 certified company, Microscan also specializes in embedded inspection and identification applications.