Since 2004, Visumatix has been delivering 2D machine vision solutions to a variety of industries. Today's 3D technology brings, well, another dimension to the challenge, and complexity increases exponentially. Our experienced application engineers can leverage years of experience to help you solve problems and manage risk in this growing discipline.
2D vision has been refined over the years to become a robust method of giving "eyes" to robots. 3D vision functions in a point-cloud workspace. Complex robot operations that are unachievable with simple Cartesian offset information can be readily performed. Real-time path planning, collision avoidance and gripper optimization are just a few of the advantages of 3D robot guidance.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning bring a broad array of new "tools" to machine vision. Industrial applications are different from "is it a cat?" or "whose face is that?" Often differences (defects) must be characterized and quantified as well as identified. Our industrial experience brings a unique perspective to this emerging discipline.
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