The automatic extraction of information from digital images for process control or inspection of manufactured products.
Machine vision systems analyze images - and make pass/fail decisions and/or return numeric results about each image it receives.
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An easy to use video recording solution that allows you to quickly record, view and analyze your footage.
|STRATEGIC GOAL||MACHINE VISION APPLICATIONS|
|Higher Quality||Inspection, measurement, gauging and assembly verification|
|Increased Productivity||Repetitive tasks formerly done manually are now done by Machine Vision|
|Production Flexibility||Measurement and gauging / Robot guidance / Prior operation verification|
|Less Machine Downtime and Reduced Setup Time||Changeovers programmed in advance|
|More Complete Information and Tighter Process Control||Manual tasks can now provide computer data feedback|
|Lower Capital Equipment Costs||Adding vision to a machine improves its performance, avoids obsolescence|
|Lower Production Costs||One vision system vs. many people / Detection of flaws early in the process|
|Scrap Rate Reduction||Inspection, measurement and gauging|
|Inventory Control||1D / 2D Barcodes, OCR and Indentification|
|Reduced Floor Space/Costs||Vision System vs. Operator|
Machine vision can be used on numerous manufacturing applications. Machine vision uses image capture and analysis to automate tasks such as inspection, gauging, and counting, in addition to reading barcodes and optical characters. Inaccuracy’s happen, with machine vision systems you get the help you need to error check faster, more reliably and with greater precision. We can help you with applications in:
Line Scan - image is built line by line and movement is needed. Encoder is required to track movement