Put yourself in the machine vision picture!

Webinars aim to bring machine builders right up to date

OEM Automatic’s suppliers just keep on developing and improving their machine vision products, says the company. “It’s sometimes hard to stay up to date with what they’ve done next. And yet spending time doing that and considering if - and how - different products can benefit your operation can be a good investment of your time.”

Together with some of its machine vision suppliers, OEM Automatic is hosting webinars fully focused on the machine vision industry. “Our suppliers will be presenting some great, informative and educational material. It’s a great opportunity.”

Getting up to speed

Two days of webinars on Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 May have been designed to get attendees up to speed. Each presentation will last 30 minutes, followed by a Q&A session with the suppliers. Your host will be Anthony Williams, OEM Automatic’s product manager for Machine Vision and Code Reading.

“We know you’re busy, so you can sign up for morning or afternoon sessions, drop in and out as you please,” adds OEM Automatic.

Morning sessions will be starting at 08:45 and the afternoon sessions will be starting at 13:00.


For a quick rundown of what’s in store on Wednesday morning, 26 May, click here and register now.

To see Wednesday afternoon’s programme and to register, click here.


To see the full programme for Thursday morning, 27 May, click here and register.

To see Thursday afternoon’s programme and to register, click here.

After the event, the Machine Vision team will, as always, be available to discuss individual requirements.

OEM Automatic Ltd

Whiteacres, Cambridge Road

+44 (0)116 284 9900



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