Machine vision system
Vision Components, Development, Integration
Software development to control complex processes of your industrial requirement.
#special mechanical engineering
Industrial image processing
Machine Machine Vision & Artificial Intelligence – Find your partner to execute complex workflows with reliable results.
Discover the modular platform evoMAVIS, as well as other technologies, software and hardware products,
as well as methods and know-how,
that can support your company in applications such as component quality inspection, process control and robot guidance.
The realization of an Machine Visionincludes the planning of the details of the requirements and the subsequent creation of a solution.
Choosing the right Vision componentsthe development of the appropriate algorithms and the integration into existing systems plays a decisive role in the success of your project.
The identification of objects by means of markings on the objects plays an important role in applications such as material flow control and logistics. Typical markings are standardized barcodes or data matrix codes, but also customer-specific codes.
The identification of objects based on characteristic features such as shape/geometry, dimensions, color, structure/topology or texture can be used in many applications, but it is also useful for many other tasks such as position recognition and completeness checking.
The assignment of a workpiece as correctly or incorrectly assembled, such as checking whether all components are present and in the correct position, is the prerequisite for passing the workpiece on to the next assembly step or as a final check before releasing the workpiece for packaging and delivery.
The determination of the position and orientation of an object in a predefined coordinate system is used in typical applications such as robot guidance and pick-and-place operations.
The detection of surface defects such as dents, scratches, soiling or deviations from desired surface properties such as color or texture plays a role where surface quality is to be assessed. The inspection requires large amounts of data and computationally intensive algorithms, and it is often difficult to specify formally. It can be solved with the help of error catalogs and artificial intelligent methods.
The determination of geometric sizes with the focus on precise and exact measurements has applications wherever workpieces or tools have to be checked for compliance with nominal dimensions. Due to the required accuracy, these tasks typically place high demands on the sensors and the mechanical structure of the test station.
Machine Vision refers to many technologies, software and hardware products, methods and know-how that can help your company with applications such ascomponent quality inspection, process control and robot guidance – e.g. OCR with recognition rates of > 99%.