See and assessVision systems
The creation of an effective control system that performs automatic product inspection is a complex task. Despite the variety of components and solutions available on the market, the development of such systems requires careful selection and parameterization of all its hardware and programmable components.
At the same time, due to the growing demands of consumers regarding quality, more and more products require the use of dedicated inspection systems. Thanks to the use of automatic product inspection, it is possible to minimize the costs associated with production errors – the risk of operator error is eliminated and control time is significantly reduced.
Below you will find examples of quality control issues in which vision systems are used:
- Detection of defects, inclusions, scratches, damage and burns on materials such as: plastic, metal, glass, foil;
- Recognition of assembly errors, e.g. detection of missing components in cable bundles;
- Detection of improper material application, e.g. breaks in glue strips;
- 360° inspection of cylindrical objects;
- Verification of print correctness and labelling;
- Detection and recognition of tags, alphanumeric characters and bar codes;
- Segmentation, detection, classification and counting of objects.
Thanks to the use of automatic product inspection systems, it is possible to generate data for a simple presentation of the inspection results. An example of the result can be the inspection status displayed on a light column, graphical meta data displayed on the monitor, or automatically obtained dimensions of objects that can be further processed. The algorithms verify whether the product is correctly or incorrectly made, and the generated signals coming from the automatic inspection system make it perform specific tasks, such as rejecting, marking a defective product or stopping the machine. The resulting inspection data can be stored locally on the disk or in the database.
We specialize in stationary and non-stationary systems of automatic video inspection. We create applications using hyperspectral imaging in which the detail subjected to control is illuminated by a beam of visible, infrared or ultraviolet light. For our applications we use systems in 3D technology, systems equipped with line cameras and zone cameras with high resolution (up to 21 Mpix). We create applications based on the principle of rapid prototyping of algorithms.
At each stage of the application development, we provide technical consulting and after-sales support. Our solutions are also supported by equipment suppliers with whom we closely co-operate.