The countdown to MODEX 2022 has begun. MODEX 2022 is scheduled to take place at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia from March 28-31, 2022. 

Get a glimpse into the next wave of technology for machine vision, robotics, and inertial sensing.  

Meet Us at MODEX 

Swing by booth #C4594 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Don't miss the seminar session with Tzeno Galchev, Product & Marketing Manager of Time-of-Flight at Analog Devices. The session is titled, “Trusted and Accurate Sensing Is Where the Rubber Meets the Factory Floor in Automation” and it will take place on Wednesday, March 30 at 11:45 AM. Head over to Theater J to participate in the seminar. 

How can robots and machines take over more human tasks? During the seminar, you will see how our high-resolution Time-of-Flight (ToF) systems enable new efficiencies in logistics and bring robot perception closer to having human-like capabilities. For robots and machines to take in the world around them, they must have vision systems allowing them to discern obstacles, objects, and spaces under variable circumstances like light, temperature, and topology.  

ADI’s depth sensing technology is used to monitor the robot’s surroundings and to stop its operation when people are detected in the vicinity. Learn more about the seminar here. 

Why Should You Attend the Seminar?

  • Learn about point-and-click mobile parcel dimensioning 
    • ADI’s high resolution depth sensing technology is utilized in a compact, mobile footprint to easily get accurate dimensions of parcels. With the same ease as reading a bar code, one could instantly enroll packages with their precise dimensions. 
  • Get a glimpse into precise localization and stability using ADI’s high performance inertial measurement units (IMUs) 
    • The demo highlights how ADI’s ruggedized, industry-ready, inertial measurement units can be used for reliable stability and positioning applications in AMRs, AGVs, and other last mile vehicles. 
  • Gain an understanding of robot/cobot safety curtain using time of flight
    • A high-resolution time of flight camera is used to enable a safety curtain for a pick-and-place robotic arm. 

You can learn more about the seminar sessions here.