Currently, 3D volumetric quality control is sample-based and offline. The lack of in-line solutions causes batches of products to be taken out of the production process as a quality precaution, and as such a significant waste cost occurs in many sectors.
To overcome challenges related to process control and false rejects, the iXCon research partners have developed a breakthrough in non-destructive in-line detection of product defects.
iXCon’s smart combination of flexible hardware and intelligent software has resulted in three successful use cases and a step-up technology for implementation in sectors such as agro-food, product manufacturing, process monitoring and 3D printed materials.
At the iXCon closing event we’ll present to you the research results and use cases.
Hoping to see you there.
The iXCon consortium
13:30 - Welcome
14:00 - iXCon, Industrial x-ray CT for high throughput quality control - Jan De Beenhouwer (UA, imec-Visionlab)
14:10 - A versatile imaging prototype for lab-based simulations of high-throughput 3D inspection workflows - Denis Van Loo (XRE/Tescan)
14:30 - High speed, high quality x-ray CT scanning: the opportunity to take our quality control to an even higher level - Luc Machiels (Terumo Europe)
14:50 - Robotised rooting of agricultural products, achievements and next steps - Jonathan Berte (Robovision)
15:10 - Progress in inline inspection of internal disorders of fruit - Pieter Verboven (KULeuven, MeBioS)
15:30 - Reception
November 26th, 2018
13:30 - 16:30
MeetDistrict - Ottergemsesteenweg Zuid 808 b300 - 9000 Gent