Closing event iXCon

We are pleased to invite you to the closing event of iXCon – our imec.icon research project on Industrial X-ray CT for high throughput quality control – taking place on November 26th in Gent.

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.

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Hoping to see you there.
The iXCon consortium

Program

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

Practical info

November 26th, 2018
13:30 - 16:30
MeetDistrict - Ottergemsesteenweg Zuid 808 b300 - 9000 Gent

 

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