Smart Vision Lights is the go-to for the how-to for machine vision education and training. Our onsite training program pairs fundamentals of machine vision lighting with real-world examples in our state-of-the-art demo lab.
In this well rounded training led by Steve Kinney, Director of Training at Smart Vision Lights, attendees will gain an understanding of lighting and imaging principles, available solutions, and hear our view of the future, all while having ample time and interaction with Smart Vision Lights’ knowledgeable staff.
Here’s some of what will be covered in this two-day training:
- Machine vision lighting techniques
- Common form factors
- Lighting geometry
- Use of wavelength
- Optical filters
- Camera fundamentals and practical optics
- Live demonstrations and hands-on experience
- Advanced lighting for computational imaging
- Photometric stereo (PMS)
- Pattern area lighting (PAL)
- Structured light projectors
- Multi-shot high resolution color
- Multispectral imaging
- Technology preview
- Get a preview of what’s coming next in lighting innovation from Smart Vision Lights’ founder and CTO, Matt Pinter
The training will be held at our facility in West Michigan:
Smart Vision Lights
5113 Robert Hunter Drive
Norton Shores, MI
We are located near Muskegon, Michigan, just 30 minutes from Grand Rapids and about 3 hours from Chicago and Detroit.
The nearest airports are Muskegon County Airport (MKG) and Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids (GRR).
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the training?
The training takes place over two days.
How much does the training cost?
There is no cost for the training. Attendees are responsible for transportation and lodging.
Are meals included?
Refreshments and lunches are provided.
I can’t make this date. Will there be more training classes?
Yes! There will be additional training classes throughout the year. You can sign up to be notified of future training dates.
Who can benefit from this training?
End users who build or use machine vision imaging systems, integrators who design and build machine vision systems, distributors who sell machine vision imaging and light components, and anyone who is interested in learning basic and intermediate lighting and imaging concepts.
Can our entire team come to the training?
Yes. If you have more than 5 people interested, contact us to request a private training class for your group.