4 April 2017


Our industrial vision systems are able to perform independent or coordinated measurements, always ensuring robustness, accuracy, usability and flexibility.

Hence we can implement applications that can control and verify all the steps that make up the productive process. We provide, for example, the possibility to verify that the worker or the robot is in the desired position, precisely locate the object to be worked on, ensure that the right tool for the current step is the one actually being used, determine the right action according to the observed system state and check for the presence of errors.

With our technology we can combine the flexibility of manual processing with the precision required by quality assurance. Through a process of 2D or 3D vision we can elaborate the acquired information and provide as a result an action that can be executed by an actuator system, or we can provide directions to the operator allowing him to optimally perform the next step, and additionally, we can save on a database all the information we are interested in providing us with a collection of historical data that also allows us to extract statistical information later on.

Among the possible measurements we have: