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|ENGN 1931M - Industrial Machine Vision|
This course will offer advanced undergraduate and master's students a practical introduction to industrial applications of machine vision and will provide theoretical, hands-on experience with automation and visual inspection technologies. Computer Vision, the automated analysis of images and video sequences, began as a research subject within computer science and engineering and has become an accepted technology with industrial applications. Current industry applications of machine vision: Electronics, metal, automotive, wood, plastics, paper, textiles, films, food manufacturing, biomedicine. Common functions: Recognition of features or components, guidance of assembly, robotic arms or vehicles, welding, dispensing; and inspection, measurement, detection of defects.
1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Primary Meeting