Machine vision guarantees quality in the automotive industry
However, image processing systems provide even after the production of vehicle parts and complete vehicles throughout their life cycle in numerous other applications for security or comfort.
STEMMER IMAGING has developed a subroutine for the Sherlock machine vision environment that allows fully calibrated temperature measurements from an LWIR camera to be seamlessly included in machine vision measurements.
Stand 5956, MACH 2016, NEC, UK, 11 – 15 April, 2016
STEMMER IMAGING is showing the Trevista Surface 50 system at MACH for the inspection of surface defects on metal components with varying reflective surfaces. The system makes use of ‘shape-from-shading’ imaging technology which allows the inspection of surfaces that may have been milled, turned, ground, punched or stamped which are often difficult to check using traditional machine vision techniques.
The Automatica, international trade fair for automation and mechatronics, will take place in Munich from the 21st to the 24th of June 2016 for the 7th time. In this interview, Christof Zollitsch, Managing Director STEMMER IMAGING, discusses the meaning of Industry 4.0 for machine vision and other current trends that will be seen at that show.
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