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9/30/14 2:00 am to 9/30/15 EDT
Contact: Kelly Shekell

Increase efficiency and reduce costs by deploying high speed robotic picking on your line today.  BPA Delta style robots coupled with Cognex Vision Systems provide the fastest platform for pick and place applications.  BPA Delta Style robots are faster and reduce more human touch points than other available methods.  By utilizing a Cognex Vision System you increase quality and efficiency while reducing mechanical fixturing and labor hour costs.  BPA Delta Style Robots with Cognex Vision Systems quickly, accurately and efficiently load random oriented product into containers, wrappers or hffs machines all “on the fly” without stopping or indexing production, this leads to higher Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)

Attendees of this webinar will:

·Learn how vision guided high-speed robotics can increase throughput on your line
·Understand some of the cost saving analysis of a vision guided high-speed robotic system
·Identify key criteria when specifying a new vision guided high-speed robotic system

 

Speakers:
 
 

Omar Fouad

Omar Fouad is the Field Product Marketing Manager for the Vision BU responsible for the Americas region. He has spent the last eight years with Cognex aiding customers in the Food & Beverage industry with their projects for robotic guidance, inspection, gauging and identification. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Emory University's Goizueta Business School.
 

Rocco J. Fucetola

Rocco Fucetola has been the Northeast territory sales manager form Blue Print Automation (BPA) for the past 17 years. In that time, BPA has seen revenue growth multiply by more than 7 times. His crowning achievement was winning the 2007 PMT Line of the Year for the successful project to automate all of Swisher Internationals mail pouch tobacco production. Previous experience includes working for 3 years each at Garvey Corporation and Bechtel Corporation. The time spent working for Garvey is where he transformed from engineering to sales and was introduced to the world of packaging automation.
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