In addition to improving efficiency and flexibility, product quality and yield, package safety and integrity, camera vision systems can also be implemented on the processing side to:
For example, a vision system can sort food and beverage products by colour or shape. It can detect defects, verify proper assembly, detect fill levels, count and provide guidance for robotic pick and place, all for improved manufacturing and packaging flexibility.
The better and more precise the track and trace system, the faster you can identify and resolve problems. If profit margins are narrow, reduced manufacturing and supply chain costs can often be the difference between profit and loss. Vision and ID systems provide a tremendous amount of process data for continuous process improvement.
Our range of vision sensors, vision systems and 3D laser profilers all perform inspections using machine vision technology, which can often be highly-detailed tasks or on high-speed production lines. This could be positioning touch screens on smart phones to micron-level accuracy, reading oil obscured DPM (direct part marked) codes or verifying fill levels or cap inspection on drink bottles.
Acrovision has also created Validator, a suite of in-line Package and Label Inspection Systems to monitor and control production lines to ensure 100% correct product in the correct packaging with the correct data.
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Our qualified engineers carry out feasibility studies and provide evaluation reports to confirm we can offer a cost-effective and robust solution. We then install and commission to our customer’s requirements as well as offering ongoing support cover.