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National Instruments and DENSO Robotics Collaborate to Address New Applications in Industrial Robotics
Date:12/8/2009

technologies in the field of machine vision and robotics, to minimize their investments and shorten their learning curve. The company has a solid academic background, wide system integration experience and a deep knowledge of imaging tools and software. ImagingLab has successfully deployed integrated vision robotics solutions into many different industrial applications such as flexible manufacturing and automated assembly, pharmaceutical and cosmetic packaging, automated testing in microelectronics, tire manufacturing and high-energy physics. ImagingLab is also actively pursuing the adoption of robust 3D machine vision techniques to complement and extend its offering of 2D vision for robotics. For more information, visit www.imaginglab.it.


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