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The outcome of the optimization is the rotation and translation vector we should use to project our model to fit the yellow picking bin in the image. These vectors also tell us how far the yellow picking bin is removed from the camera in real life.
Four conference days, four presentations and multiple new contacts: the Kapernikov team is looking back at a very successful Euromaintenance 4.0 event. Not only was this a good opportunity to meet new people and new companies, but we also managed to strengthen the ties with our well-known customers and partners.
“We can safely say that we are a relevant player in the field of IoT, industrial automation and maintenance in Belgium, so attending Euromaintenance 4.0 was a must for Kapernikov,” says Rein Lemmens. “The overall theme of the event was very much our field of expertise and completely in line with the work we do for Belgian utility companies like Elia and Infrabel.”
This year, Kapernikov was scheduled for two presentations and two half-day workshops. “The overall response to our presentations was quite positive,” says Rein. “We gave some of our newer team members the opportunity to step into the spotlight and I must say they did a great job. But also, these presentations couldn’t have been possible without the support from our customers, who allowed us to discuss their cases.”
We also managed to attract visitors to the Kapernikov booth with our movie of LIDAR-based vegetation detection and with our animation movie about data collection.
In short, we managed to make a mark at this year’s Euromaintenance 4.0. We are looking forward to the next edition to strengthen our position as data specialist for Industry 4.0 even more.
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