The Gibson Machine Vision Lab
Gibson Engineering combines our extensive experience in machine vision and our state of the art vision lab to help provide you the confidence to move projects forward. Our team of application engineers is available to provide you real data to determine the feasibility of vision guidance, inspection, automatic identification, or gauging applications. We utilize our vast array of available lights, lenses, 2D or 3D vision systems and software to perform these feasibility studies. The results are shared and capabilities explained with a report, images, sample inspection files all provided upon completion. Contact us today to get started or to learn more about how we can help you solve your most challenging applications with machine vision.
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Meet Our Specialists
Bryon Sol - PLC Programming, Machine Vision, and Motion Control
Bryon Sol holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Western University (Formerly University of Western Ontario, Canada) and a Degree in Controls Engineering from Fanshawe College. He has worked at Gibson Engineering since 2012 and previously has worked as the primary Vision and Controls Engineer for Interplex Engineered Products for 8 years and as an Engineering Technologist for 3 years prior to that. Currently, he is working as a Senior Applications Engineer at Gibson with his focus being training and technical support. In his free time, Bryon enjoys playing guitar, golf, and traveling with his family.
Joined Gibson: 2012
Dave Miller - Automation, Vision, Robotics, HMI's
Prior to becoming a senior application engineer at Gibson, Dave Miller worked at Spire Solar, Virtek Vision, and deHaart Inc., where he developed a passion for automation. He holds a degree from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell in Management Information Systems. Dave grew up loving to play sports and passionately follows all the Boston sports, Go Bruins! When he is not programming robots on his weekends, he enjoys playing golf, billiards and spending time with friends.
Joined Gibson: 2013
Batu Sipka - Robotics & Machine Vision
Batu Sipka grew up in Istanbul, Turkey and came to Massachusetts to attend Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he graduated with a double major in both Robotics Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering. While working through his college education Batu was awarded in various hackathon competitions hosted at both WPI and MIT. He is also an AIA Advanced Level Certified Vision Professional. When he’s not solving machine vision or robotic challenges at Gibson, Batu can be found playing recreational team sports, rock climbing, focusing on his photography, baking, and cooking for his friends. Batu also holds the esteemed position of Gibson Engineering’s team building cheerleader.
Joined Gibson: 2017
Mike Harrington - Senior Application Engineer
Prior to becoming a senior application engineer at Gibson, Mike Harrington previously spent almost 20 years at a large injection molding company in Rhode Island under various ownership. Mike brought cutting edge automation to their factory floor through hundreds of upgrades to older equipment and led a large scale lights out manufacturing expansion project that brought plastic pellets to finished products, packed, palletized, and wrapped for delivery to their customers. Mike was responsible for implementing countless vision and control systems which have made him an invaluable asset to Gibson and our customers. Mike enjoys sports, being active outside, including mountain biking, hiking, and kayaking often with his father. Mike previously coached and still enjoys watching his daughter on the softball field.
Joined Gibson: 2018