Vision Inspection Secrets: Help with Overcoming Typical Inspection Challenges
Virtual
Seminar

Vision Inspection Secrets:

Virtual
Seminar

Helping to Overcome Typical Inspection Challenges

Target Audience:
Brand Owners; Food and Pharma Manufacturers and Processors; Production Managers; Quality Assurance / Quality Control Professionals; Engineering and IT Professionals

Learn the secrets the pros use to avoid typical challenges that arise when inspecting packaging on a production line. This live webinar provides a detailed overview of multiple inspection options, breaking down three types of applications:

  • Simple Applications – Read codes such as 1D / 2D codes and alphanumeric text on many package types
  • Intermediate Applications – Read codes, verify label quality and cap colors on cartons or flat containers
  • Complex Applications – Read codes, verify labels/caps, and top label cap content on challenging packages such as round bottles

You can also check out our full series of live webinars.

Stephen Keebaugh; Miles Kroner
60 minutes
Mon Aug 23 2021 15:00 +0000 [ English ]






Speaker Bios

 

Stephen Keebaugh
Stephen Keebaugh

Stephen Keebaugh
Regional Sales Manager - Southeast

Stephen has an educational background and experience in mechanical and applications engineering. As a Regional Sales Manager for METTLER TOLEDO Product Inspection, he frequently visits manufacturing facilities and has broad understanding of the variety of packaging types. In his previous position of Sales Engineering Manager, he worked closely with design engineers to develop custom solutions for product inspection technologies.



 


 

Miles Kroner
Miles Kroner

Miles Kroner
Product Line Manager - Vision Inspection and Track & Trace

Miles has over ten years of experience in vision technology. As the Product Line Manager for Vision Inspection and Track & Trace at METTLER TOLEDO, he oversees all aspects of the business from product development to market strategies. Miles holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business and German from Hanover College.



Thank you for visiting www.mt.com. We have tried to optimize your experience while on the site, but we noticed that you are using an older version of a web browser. We would like to let you know that some features on the site may not be available or may not work as nicely as they would on a newer browser version. If you would like to take full advantage of the site, please update your web browser to help improve your experience while browsing www.mt.com.