Turbocharging Defect Detection: Machine Vision 2.0 Defect detection gets a boost from deep learning artificial intelligence. Improving computer vision solutions is saving companies from costly redundant practices and bolstering production capacity.
New Podcast: Beyond the Lens: AI-Enabled Vision Systems From machine malfunctions to parts problems to human error, a lot of seemingly miniscule mistakes can occur in a manufacturing production line that can lead to costly defects. Coming to the rescue are smart industrial computer vision solutions that can see beyond the lens, using computer vision and AI for defect detection. Listen to our podcast with the Eigen Innovations Chief Revenue Officer who describes the value of these systems and answers the question: are we moving closer to zero-defect manufacturing?
AI Development Centers Foster Collaboration Developers are highly focused on making the best products they can, and when they do, the next challenge begins: making sure they interoperate with other systems. Some companies have created testbeds to help developers and system integrators optimize their IIoT solutions and showcase them to potential customers.
Zero-Defect Manufacturing: Are We There Yet? From cosmetic flaws to machine malfunctions to production line errors, defects that occur on the factory floor are an ongoing and costly challenge for manufacturers. Smart industrial computer vision solutions are now coming to the rescue, as manufacturers tap AI-enabled machine vision that can help them move closer to zero-defect manufacturing.
Machine Vision Brings a Second Set of Eyes to Manufacturing Machine vision is fast becoming the go-to technology for the manufacturing industry because it enables the visual inspection of thousands of items more accurately and quickly than the human eye. Here’s a look at two solutions that system integrators can deploy to enhance their customers’ QA.
- Author: Susan Biagi
- March 15, 2022
Automated AI Solution Sharpens QC in Contact Lens Manufacturing Contact lens manufacturing has traditionally used slower, manual inspection processes that can limit productivity and output. LEDA Technologies developed an automated inspection solution using technologies from ADLINK and Intel, and the production improvements are clearly visible.