Machine Vision Technology
Applying Machine Vision leads to improved quality, greater reliability, increased safety and cost-effectiveness. The factory of the future will be designed to yield maximum benefit from the lowest possible consumption of material and energy. It is able to interpret as many data, verify and process then transmit the results to the systems of the value chain in every phase of production. Machine vision is capable of delivering the above-mentioned information, comprehensive and important secondary information to all systems operating in the process network.
Machine vision technology is giving Industry 4.0 a true economic significance. Industry 4.0 (Fourth Industrial Revolution) is leveraging for efficiency, adaptability and productivity through integrating the digital and manufacturing world. Technologies are moving from electrified to automated, to digitalized manufacturing, such as big data, autonomous robots, IoT, cyber security and augmented reality are transforming the manufacturing landscape.
How do machine vision systems work?
Step 1: Image Capturing
The system can automatically capture images through one /multiple instance, ultraviolet or infrared cameras during the production process.
Step 2: Processing
Analyzing the captured image by using customized algorithms.
[verification, identification, gauging, counting, classification …etc].
Step 3: Action
The system takes an action based on the analyzing step.