Machine Vision Training Courses
Machine Vision (MV) is the technology and methods used to provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance in industry. Machine Vision is a subset of Computer Vision.
NobleProg onsite live Machine Vision training courses demonstrate through interactive discussion and hands-on practice the fundamentals and applications of Machine Vision.
Machine Vision training is available in various formats, including onsite live training and live instructor-led training using an interactive, remote desktop setup. Local Machine Vision training can be carried out live on customer premises or in NobleProg local training centers.
Machine Vision Course Outlines
|opencv||Computer Vision with OpenCV||28 hours||OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library: http://opencv.org) is an open-source BSD-licensed library that includes several hundreds of computer vision algorithms. Audience This course is directed at engineers and architects seeking to utilize OpenCV for computer vision projects|
|patternmatching||Pattern Matching||14 hours||Pattern Matching is a technique used to locate specified patterns within an image. It can be used to determine the existence of specified characteristics within a captured image, for example the expected label on a defective product in a factory line or the specified dimensions of a component. It is different from "Pattern Recognition" (which recognizes general patterns based on larger collections of related samples) in that it specifically dictates what we are looking for, then tells us whether the expected pattern exists or not. Audience Engineers and developers seeking to develop machine vision applications Manufacturing engineers, technicians and managers Format of the course This course introduces the approaches, technologies and algorithms used in the field of pattern matching as it applies to Machine Vision.|
|marvin||Marvin Image Processing Framework - Creating Image and Video Processing Applications with Marvin||14 hours||Marvin is an extensible, cross-platform, open-source image and video processing framework developed in Java. Developers can use Marvin to manipulate images, extract features from images for classification tasks, generate figures algorithmically, process video file datasets, and set up unit test automation. Some of Marvin's video applications include filtering, augmented reality, object tracking and motion detection. In this course participants will learn the principles of image and video analysis and utilize the Marvin Framework and its image processing algorithms to construct their own application. Audience Software developers wishing to utilize a rich, plug-in based open-source framework to create image and video processing applications Format of the course The basic principles of image analysis, video analysis and the Marvin Framework are first introduced. Students are given project-based tasks which allow them to practice the concepts learned. By the end of the class, participants will have developed their own application using the Marvin Framework and libraries.|
|rasberrypiopencv||Raspberry Pi + OpenCV: Build a Facial Recognition System||21 hours||This instructor-led, live training introduces the software, hardware, and step-by-step process needed to build a facial recognition system from scratch. The hardware used in this lab includes Rasberry Pi, a camera module, servos (optional), etc. Participants are responsible for purchasing these components themselves. The software used includes OpenCV, Linux, Python, etc. By the end of this training, participants will be able to: Install Linux, OpenCV and other software utilities and libraries on a Rasberry Pi. Configure OpenCV to capture and detect facial images. Understand the various options for packaging a Rasberry Pi system for use in real-world environments. Adapt the system for a variety of use cases, including surveillance, identity verification, etc. Audience Developers Hardware/software technicians Technical persons in all industries Hobbyists Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Note Other hardware and software options include: Arduino, OpenFace, Windows, etc. If you wish to use any of these, please contact us to arrange.|