Machine Vision – how is it changing the face of Manufacturing Industry?

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Machine Vision – how is it changing the face of Manufacturing Industry?

Machine vision is playing a crucial part in making Smart Factories. Machine Vision with Machine Learning has changed the entire face of the Manufacturing Industry. In any automated manufacturing line, a machine vision system with Smart Cameras now precisely guides them for self-correction, trace to the right trail, & continuous improvement as a part of their QMS System.

Machine Vision is imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis, using Smart Cameras, Sensors, related hardware & software algorithms to automate complex applications/process & make quick – Smart decisions.

Vision system applications mainly include product/component positioning, identification, flaw detection, pattern recognition, verification, sorting, measurement, track & tracebarcode reading, and component analysis along with signatures & other related attributes. The system enables an efficient & fast intervention in building Smart Factories.

Machine vision as an integral part or process in Industrial Robots/cobots has advanced rapidly, unlock new abilities & potential for any product manufacturing business to reap the ROI benefit. Highly regulated industries such as pharma, aerospace, medical & defense are now more and more relying on machine vision to detect anomalies in their products.

From its very first use in the 1950s, machine vision has changed tremendously from a simple reactive tool checking pass/fail to today’s most important feature in the Smart Manufacturing System. They offer incredibly flexible solutions that help complete tasks more quickly and efficiently than any human ever could.

Machine vision implementation is one of Industry 4.0 capabilities of CNC India. To know more contact our expertise or connect us at enquiry@cnc-india.com, www.cnc-india.com

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