Marlene Cardin

About Marlene Cardin

Since 2007, Marlene has helped many Fortune 500 companies in the pharmaceutical, food & beverage, speciality chemical, and oil & gas industries get actionable insights from their big data. In addition to working closely with our consulting clients, Marlene oversees the growth of our ProVision division which offers fully turnkey machine vision systems for real-time quality monitoring & control.Marlene has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Applied Science from McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario). Marlene completed her Master’s degree under the supervision of ProSensus founder, Dr. John F. MacGregor.

Why a machine vision trial is your first step in automated inspection

By |2019-06-19T15:17:58-04:00October 5th, 2018|Featured, Multivariate News|

Machine vision systems for automated inline quality control are becoming industry standard as the benefits these systems provide are numerous. Manual inspection can be slow and notoriously inaccurate, with many features not reliably detectable even by the most detail-oriented staff. ProSensus specializes in machine vision systems outfitted with the ideal combination of hardware and software [...]

Preventing Unplanned Shutdowns using Multivariate Data Analysis

By |2019-06-19T15:28:30-04:00February 16th, 2017|Multivariate News|

Unplanned shutdowns can have a significant impact on your business. Almost every plant loses at least 5% of its productive capacity from downtime, and many lose up to 20%1. Of the manufacturers that estimate their downtime, they usually underestimate the total downtime cost (TDC) by 200 – 300%1. While unplanned shutdowns are often associated with [...]

Gain New Process Insights and Prevent Costly Disruptions Using Machine Vision

By |2019-06-19T10:37:21-04:00September 19th, 2016|Multivariate News|

Are you getting costly complaints from your customers or do you need to measure new quality attributes to prevent process disruptions? Whether it is related to visible features, performance attributes, ratios or blends of your product or other characteristics, our machine vision systems can help. Our solutions not only offer 100% inspection that can prevent [...]

How Multivariate Machine Vision Can Improve Operations

By |2019-06-19T12:04:08-04:00January 29th, 2015|Multivariate News|

Machine vision is a growing field that leading manufacturers are adopting to improve their operations, product quality, and profit margins. Forecasted to be a 26.9 billion dollar industry by 20201, it also happens to be a field where we offer our clients advanced solutions.   Benefits of Multivariate Machine Vision Manufacturers across multiple industries are [...]

Communicate Your Batch Trajectory Insights

By |2019-06-19T12:30:07-04:00October 17th, 2014|Multivariate News|

As process engineers ourselves, we know it can be challenging to communicate the results of a multivariate analysis to your colleagues and managers, especially for batch processes. In ProMV 14.08 we worked hard to help you tell your stories so your co-workers can easily grasp your findings without being experts in multivariate analysis. Released last [...]