Monday, May 6, 2019
Machine Vision Software Training & Seminar in Sioux Falls
In partnership with Automation Inc and Cognex, we invite you to join us for a FREE Machine Vision Software Training and Seminar on Tuesday, April 16th at the ZEAL Center for Entrepreneurship in Sioux Falls. The afternoon will include an overview and demonstration of the In-Sight EasyBuilder software, a discussion of problems machine vision can solve, and helpful hands-on training. This is an exclusive seminar you won't want to miss! Limited to the first 25 registrations.
Date: Tuesday, April 16th
Time: 1:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Get to Know Wes
If you're new to the MTS organization, you may not know Wes Kelly, the center director for South Dakota Manufacturing & Technology Solutions. He grew up in North central Kansas and studied manufacturing engineering. As a successful business advisor, Wes Kelly was encouraged to lead the South Dakota MEP in 2010. He enjoys helping businesses reach their potential by developing specific plans for improving their processes and products. His strategic and creative mindset fuels solutions to customers’ toughest problems. Contact Wes at Wes.Kelly@usd.edu.
Fun fact: He doesn't drink coffee!
Success Spotlight: VRC Metal Systems
VRC Metal Systems is a high-pressure cold spray manufacturer and a leader in advanced manufacturing process technologies. Where others saw unbreakable barriers, VRC Metal Systems saw innovative opportunities. With less than 10 employees, the Rapid City, South Dakota-based company provides cost-effective metal repairs to a variety of different industries. The company's expertise and high-quality cold spray led VRC to be recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing privately-owned companies in the nation.
Read more about VRC Metal Systems here.
Upcoming Lean 101 Training
Backed by popular demand, the next Lean 101 trainings will be held this summer! Sign up below.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Rapid City - Register here
Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Watertown - Register here
Introduction to Vision Sensors - The Case for Automation with Machine Vision
Click here to read the first part in the 6-part series!
If you can't get enough and want to read the full article on vision sensors, click here.
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