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How Machine Vision Works

Machine vision is composed of a digital camera, lighting and optics, coupled with software that processes images. The electronic “brain” of the system evaluates the image and then takes action based on the analyzed data. On the hardware front, cameras, optics and lighting systems have advanced to capture precise image information, even under challenging conditions. In some, for example, if an image doesn’t have good contrast under a white light, banks of LEDs can strobe through red, green and blue lights to find a workable wavelength — as well as change the intensity and frequency — in milliseconds.

Machine Vision Promises Nearly Flawless Quality Control

Robots are capable of incredible feats well beyond human abilities. Strength has long made robots a staple of assembly lines, where their immense power transcends human limitations. But companies are discovering that robots can be leveraged not just to overcome human physical limitations, but mental limitations as well.

Major Machine Vision Trends for 2020

The trend towards robotics and smart manufacturing makes machine vision technology an indispensable tool for industrial automation.  Machine vision technology has gradually replaced quality inspection performed by humans. 

Improvement by several morphology way for machine vision SKD

The OVK Blob module provide a new version about extended functions in the libraries. It applies the common morphology operators of erode, dilate and open and close to an input image and generate an output image for the target one. It could further adjust ROI image for the better coverage to fill full the inspection condition. Here are the follow procedure:

New Products Category Make Machine Vision Easier

People often rise the question about what is Innomiles software difference with other companies. There is the article we would like to share with people.
First, we will try to compare with MVTech Halcon and Cognex because it will be the major players in the market.