ATX West is taking place from February 7-9 in Anaheim, California. Apera AI will be displaying its 4D Vision technology for robotic guidance.

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"I can see this unlocking ROI that we could never achieve before. I could design flexible cells with very little fixturing," said one attendee.

Apera AI & Futura Automation

Bolt sorting and assembly with an Epson industrial robot

This application on a double challenge—these bolts are of various finishes shapes and sizes. The robot has to take an ideal path for two finger gripping, then account for the combined geometry of the robot, gripper and part as it is precisely placed in our fixture.

Universal Robots

Shiny object packaging with a Universal Robots UR5 cobot

Together with Universal Robots, we're going to show how shiny objects are no longer exceptions to great robotic automation. This application covers both the picking area with multiple objects and the placement area. You can even see some neat tricks as we move the placement tray and shine a flashlight into the cameras.

Can your vision system do that?

Kawasaki Robotics

Clear object pick and place with a Kawasaki cleanroom robot

If you're an engineer in medical devices, pharma, or injection molding, what could you do if a robot could see? Clear and translucent objects are challenging for robotic guidance. We'll be showing how AI-powered vision can identify and handle clear objects quickly and create capable manufacturing processes.