Machine vision systems are grounded on digital detectors housed inside artificial cameras. The cameras are equipped with technical optics to acquire images, which can be reused by computer tackle and software to dissect and measure colorful characteristics of the product for decision timber. While mortal vision is stylish for the qualitative interpretation of a complex, unshaped scene, machine vision excels at the quantitative dimension of a structured scene owing to its speed, delicacy, and repetition. For illustration, a machine vision system can check hundreds, or indeed thousands, of corridors per nanosecond on a given product line. A machine vision system erected around the right camera resolution and optics can fluently check object details that are otherwise too small to be seen by the mortal eye. Machine vision systems are powered with optical character recognition( OCR) and optic character verification( OCV) systems that enable easy recognition and readability of alphanumeric and character strings of
Wayinfotech Solutions is one of the leading integrations and solution partners for Cognex and Omron in India. We have deployed and integrated machine vision systems in many projects across the Pharmaceutical, Automotive, Retail, and Electronics verticals.
As part of our Factory Automation solution stack, these are integrated with high-speed conveyors, customized mountings, and pneumatic assemblies to read barcodes, capture product images, test for product quality, absence/presence, and then transport this data to BCI’s mobile stack.
Quality Inspection is critical to success. Liability for defective products, inconsistent quality, rapidly changing costs, and pending regulations all challenge automobile and ancillary manufacturers
The need to comply with patient safety and traceability requirements is imperative and machine vision helps meet compliance goals
Machine vision provides the high-speed alignment and traceability for electronics assembly even on the newest miniaturized components and flexible circuits.
Food and Beverage
F&B applications require vision systems that can perform precisely, accurately and quickly to keep up with fast-paced production lines.
Easily locate the position and orientation of a part, compare it to a specified tolerance, and ensure it’s at the correct angle to verify proper assembly
Quickly identify and read barcodes (1-D), data matrix codes (2-D), direct part marks (DPM), and characters printed on parts, labels, and packages and also basis color, shape and size
Easily validate measurement specifications between two geometrical locations and automatically reject items that fail validation metrics
Accurately detect defects, contaminants, functional flaws, and other irregularities in manufactured products