Machine Vision: Expectation vs. Reality

Machine Vision: Expectation vs. Reality

Machine vision describes the ability of a computer to perceive its surroundings. This facilitates industrial processes and reduces the workload. Machine vision is therefore used in a variety of industrial processes. Object or pattern recognition, analysis of...
5 Steps to Your Detailed Point Cloud

5 Steps to Your Detailed Point Cloud

Recording a point cloud is usually the first step in inspecting, grasping, measuring or representing real objects as a 3D object. As with cooking, the same applies here: The better the starting ingredients, the better the end result. That is why we would like to show...
Making every day work easier with a PLC

Making every day work easier with a PLC

The use of robots in industry has many advantages. Their utilization speeds up processes, makes them more precise and allows plants to run 24/7. In order to integrate robots into a production line, plant engineers are forced to build up missing robot knowledge...
Teaching robots to see

Teaching robots to see

Child’s play and yet incredibly difficult: that’s the motto. Machines gain the ability to see through vision systems. However, it takes more than just a vision system to identify and understand objects. A robot moves over a box of colourful building blocks...