Fewer Defects, Faster Speed with Spyglass Visual Inspection

Date 28th October 2021
11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
Duration 1 hour
Sponsor Mariner

Imagine you had an employee that was only 80% successful at the job they were hired to do. Would you take action to help them?  Of course you would! Decades ago, Tier 1 and tier 2 automotive suppliers started hiring machine vision systems to catch defective product – and yet, industry-wide, the automotive industry still spends 20% of their time producing defective products. Fortunately, though, there IS a way to help out your machine vision systems.

Join this webinar and learn how Mariner’s Spyglass Visual Inspection solution, powered by Microsoft and Intel, helps machine vision systems do the job you hired them to do: Better detect and eliminate defects, reduce labor costs, and increase production.

Join this webinar to learn about:

  • The state of IoT in the automotive industry
  • Shortcomings of traditional machine vision systems
  • Using Deep Learning AI to better identify defects and eliminate false positives
  • How customers are benefiting from Spyglass Visual Inspection

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David Dewhirst
VP of Marketing, Mariner




Darren Coil, Director
Manufacturing Technology Strategy, Microsoft

Darren Coil brings a background in manufacturing operations, supply chain operations, hardware and systems design coupled with automation and controls. He has worked with multiple major companies from nearly every major manufacturing vertical, optimizing process, people and technology. Darren has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from OSU and a MBA from Arizona State.
He started his career putting his studies to work during college at his family’s amusement ride manufacturing business. He ventured from there to work for Intel as an equipment development engineer and moving on to complex program management of Manufacturing operations and engineering. He honed his skills in the business segment as a VP, delivering manufacturing execution systems to the major market verticals.