It can be frustrating to spend time looking for lost product specs and datasheets. But a new program from Smart Vision Lights will help you keep track of electronic data – along with helping the environment.
The “Internet of Things” was a topic of discussion at NIWeek, held recently in Austin, Texas. More than 3,000 attended, and SVL was there. We had a lot of interesting conversations about our industry and our products.
Next weekend, Smart Vision Lights employees and their families will gather in Dearborn to talk about the company and have some fun. SVL’s annual employee outing will include historic tours and a barbecue-style dinner meeting.
Specializing in multiple package configurations on a variety of blister packaging lines, contract pharmaceutical packager PCI needed the right light architecture to optimize its machine vision inspection.
At Smart Vision Lights, we listen! We’ve heard loud and clear from our customers that you need more than just another lighting supplier. You need a partner you can rely on to provide more than just a light.
McNaughton-McKay Electric Company took this year’s $1,000 top prize by showing us how they use Smart Vision Lights products in their automotive panel tab and clip inspection system. Using two Cognex In-Sight® 7020 Vision Systems with L300-625-W Linear Lights in their automotive inspection process, McNaughton-McKay evaluates parts to ensure that the black tabs are bent in place and the brass clips are present.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but you can’t beat the real thing. Recently, others have attempted to replicate Smart Vision Lights’ built-in internal driver, but be cautious! If it’s not done correctly, premature failure is eminent.
Smart Vision Lights is sponsoring an AIA-hosted free educational webinar on line-scan imaging for machine vision. The webinar will address the various imaging, illumination, and software challenges for line-scan imaging and how they differ from area-scan imaging.
At this year’s Automate, Smart Vision Lights held a contest where one lucky winner would receive an unlocked iPhone 6. We are pleased to announce We Have A Winner!!
M.A.R.S. Robot (sponsored by Smart Vision Lights) finished the preliminary round at districts in Howell in 4th place out of a field of 40 robots. The team did a great job, but lost in the quarter finals when the robot failed with a communication problem.
Smart Vision lights at Vision 2014 Stuttgart Germany. Stop on by and see Bobby, Casey and Andy this week at Vision 2014. Lots of new products and catalogs await you.
Smart Vision Lights would like to welcome Chelsey Riehl to our team. Chelsey started as an intern at Smart Vision Lights in 2011 and spent time working in many of Smart Vision Lights’ departments. Upon finishing her business and accounting degree this spring at Aquinas College, Chelsey was hired full-time as a procurement specialist.
Stemmer Imaging, the leading machine vision distributor in Europe, cordially invited Smart Vision Lights to attend their Technology Forum event held in Paris. A couple of SVL members manned the exhibition in Paris. Those who visited our booth were highly interested in machine vision lighting and excited about our technology.
Smart Vision Lights has been recognized as one of the 2014 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” an awards program presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business. Smart Vision Lights will be honored at an awards ceremony during the 10th annual Michigan Celebrates Small Business event on May 6, 2014, in East Lansing, Michigan.