One constant in the ever-evolving machine vision space is the need for high-quality, consistent lighting. New challenges in the design and specification of machine vision systems require an innovative approach to lighting selection.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a term used to describe interconnectivity in relation to factory automation. The term captures the complex interrelationship of smart hardware feeding actionable data over a network, in order to drive deep learning systems toward optimized factory output.
Titan Tool Supply, Inc. announced the introduction of its new TVS-35 Series Videoscope to provide remote visual inspection for aviation maintenance, casting and cavity inspection, diesel and gasoline engine repair, or locomotive and ship maintenance.
Today’s innovative landscape is introducing sophisticated technologies for vision guided robotics (VGR) at a rapid pace, expanding robot functionality for diverse markets. Next-generation imaging systems, combined with the availability of more compact, highly efficient and less expensive robots, sensors and technologies, are allowing the implementation of robotic solutions for a wider range of applications, especially for small- to mid-size manufacturers.
The term machine vision can imply a computer having a set of eyes for an inspection. To develop a complete solution for machine vision applications, vision engineers execute a series of tasks that usually fall into five categories: plan, design, build, integrate, and validate.
Starrett Kinemetric Engineering, Inc., a subsidiary of the L.S. Starrett Co., announced the all new HDV500 digital comparator that combines the features of a vision metrology system and an optical comparator.