Turning Data Into Actionable Information
Date: September 30, 2020 (35 minutes)
Don Manfredi and Dr. Jim Roan discuss and demonstrate how Perceptron’s Argus software turns production data into information on the plant floor and how they see Industry 4.0 evolving in the future.
Maximize Productivity with Automated Path Generation Software
Date: Thursday, May 28th, 2020 at 10:00 AM EDT (45 minutes)
Join Michael Bourgeois, Perceptron Product Line Manager, and Don Manfredi, Industry Veteran, as they demonstrate Perceptron’s innovation: Automated Path Generation (APG) software for AutoGauge System robot path programming, collision avoidance, and measurement planning. Participants will learn how APG increases your productivity by creating a Digital Twin of your AutoGauge production system to streamline off-line setup and on-site changes.
You simply define the rules, constraints, and goals . . . APG will do the rest.
Why Speed of Measurement is Important in Automated Metrology
Date: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 at 10:00 AM EDT (30 minutes)
Join Dr. Jim Roan, Perceptron Product Line Manager, and Rick Van Valkenburg, Perceptron Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing, as they discuss why speed of measurement plays an essential role in automated metrology solutions. Participants will learn how in-line and near-line measurement strategies can be used to control process quality while maximizing productivity.
Understanding Absolute Accuracy for 100% Measurement in Automotive Manufacturing
Date: Thursday, March 23rd 2020 (40 minutes)
Don Manfredi, industry veteran, provided insights about absolute accurate automated metrology solutions embedded in the automotive manufacturing process.
The webinar discussed the history of 100% measurement and how the industry arrived to where it is today. Participants learned how to interpret absolute accuracy specifications, what to look for when selecting the best solution for their manufacturing process, and an overview of customer value gained from recent Perceptron accurate system installations.
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