In Vision Systems Design's OnVision column, Artemis Vision's Tom Brennan makes the case that machine vision needs to address a core human need or retool technology innovation to grow into a large business sector.
Watch the video update to learn about the latest software enhancements to our RaPTr system, including an auto configuration feature for initial set-up of the camera lens.
The Artemis Vision team was in Nashville for the CSCMP EDGE Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, where we were able to take advantage of some insightful academic sessions and showcase how our RaPTr System improves visibility at a key transfer point in the supply chain.
ASQ (the American Society for Quality) has presented Artemis Vision’s president Tom Brennan with the Hromi Medal for contributions to the science of inspection and advancement of the inspection profession.
When Artemis Vision took on a label inspection application, the client had a set of stringent conditions: They required high-resolution image capture and lighting, along with the ability to manage high throughput. They also needed to acquire the images even when label dimensions changed.
This magazine feature shows that outside the factory floor, technologies will have to move away from the assumptions of a well-illuminated, well-presented scene captured in a frame.
As supply chain disruptions and challenges are making news daily, so are the rapidly evolving innovations being used to help respond. Logistics managers want to maximize visibility and flexibility and know that in order to compete in future they must be ready for unpredictable challenges.
RaPTr allows warehouses to improve scanning accuracy while greatly increasing scanning speed, and to achieve complete scanning visibility with image capture. With over 3x higher resolution, heightened performance with fewer cameras is now possible.
This spotlight is on systems we’ve built that include OnLogic computers to solve manufacturing quality control and logistics challenges.
Updated features to our drive-thru barcode scanning system include a web-based reporting tool and configurable displays and functions for pallet counts and multi-stacked barcodes.
Inspection systems must perform quality checks that ensure the devices meet regulatory requirements — a task that can necessitate extensive engineering and a novel approach.
With competition for customer attention and loyalty at an all time high, the ability to capture and retain business comes down to the most minute details. Read about some case studies of our projects with OnLogic industrial PCs.
Deep learning software for machine vision is making inspections possible that in the past were too difficult or required too much investment.