IDS Vision Channel: Image processing without coding? Yes, that's possible!
"Easy Programming: NoCode for Machine Vision Applications", 28 February, 3.30 p.m.
Cameras play a central role in industrial automation. They provide image data that can be used, for example, to detect errors and optimise quality controls. However, this usually requires programming. With IDS NXT, we show that there is another way: here, the focus is on configuring image processing sequences or the cameras.
Even artificial intelligence runs directly on the camera models - and delivers results without having to write a line of code. And when customised solutions are required? Then vision apps come into play. They, too, can be created without source code and used flexibly in image processing applications. You can find out what this NoCode approach is all about and what advantages it offers during the IDS Vision Channel session on 28 February - registration is now open.
At the live event "Easy Programming: NoCode for Machine Vision Applications", our experts will be available to answer your questions directly. Afterwards, we will make the session available as usual in the media library of the Vision Channel.
There you can now also access the recording of the event "Artificial Intelligence - Game Changer or Short-Term Hype?" from 14 February. In it, Patrick Schick addresses typical questions, assumptions and myths surrounding AI and discusses them from the perspective of image processing.