Sectors

Others

Machine Vision is the most powerful sensory data acquisition and processing system available today. All inspection, control and optical verification processes can be developed or evaluated using Machine Vision systems.

Do you have a process that can be evaluated by optical inspection?

Do you need to incorporate continuous improvement processes?

Do you want to improve the quality of your product or reduce production rejects?

Ask us about our solutions!

logo-vo-2000x2000

Inspection of sheets in the metallurgical sector

Solution by means of an artificial vision system for the inspection of defects in sheets of material used in the metallurgical industry.

These films usually have an indefinite or very high length and a great amplitude, by extension they usually have a finish covered by certain layers of material with high reflection.

Solution by means of an artificial vision system for the inspection of defects in sheets of material used in the metallurgical industry.

These films usually have an indefinite or very high length and a great amplitude, by extension they usually have a finish covered by certain layers of material with high reflection.

Based on these premises, a solution is stipulated using a vision system based on linescan technology to confront these animadversions:

- Indefinite length: Acquisition by means of linescan with suitable LineRate and management for encoder signal to manage the speed changes produced in the passage of the element.

- High amplitude: Selection of linescan cameras with horizontal resolution according to the required precision.

- High reflection: Location of lighting with power and location determined to highlight defects without generating unwanted reflections in the field of vision.

- Lateral distortion, high working distance and depth of field: A lens with a low focal length or a very high working distance is required to cover a large field of view. Therefore, we have to look for the optimization between focal distance and working distance. With a low focal length lens we can operate at a shorter working distance, but this causes a lateral distortion that triggers a reduction in accuracy homogeneity. On the other hand, with a lens with a long focal length, it leads to a reduction in depth of field, a factor that does not absorb the difference in height between the different references.

Fulfilling these requirements the system is able to perform a homogeneous inspection focused on obtaining high quality images to identify those parts of the part that have surface defects.

logo-vo-2000x2000

Hyperspectral technology applied to industry

Through the integration of artificial vision components and hyperspectral technology applied to the industry, great advances are achieved in the production and classification of higher quality products.

This technology segments and processes information across the electromagnetic spectrum in different independent bands.

Each object inspected provides a spectral signature due to the composition of the material, which allows segmentation and subsequent identification.

Hyperspectral technology in the food industry.

The production lines equipped with systems based on hyperspectral technology allow for the production of safe and higher quality food, since they separate the stages of the product to different degrees, for example, the classification of apples according to their state of ripeness, blows, dangerous contaminants, foreign bodies, etc.

Hyperspectral fruit sorting technology.

Hyperspectral technology in the recycling industry.

This technology allows the molecular nature of the plastic to be inspected in real time, making it possible to classify or discard it through image processing. In combination with colour cameras, the containers can be sorted according to colour and chemical properties.

Recycled hyperspectral technology.

Copyright 2018 © All rights reserved