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Fraunhofer Institute used a Mitsubishi Electric robotic arm, an optical laser scanner and a controller equipped with AI software to develop an AI-driven grinding system for Düspohl, a German manufacturer of wrapping machines. Source: Frauenhofer Institute

Top Industrial Machine Vision Applications

From detecting difficult-to-find flaws and missing components to expanding robot applications and improving palletizing operations, machine vision technologies are rapidly moving...
Machine vision used in a robotic work cell.

3 Machine Vision Technology Trends

New sensors and greater incorporation of artificial intelligence are not only improving machine vision capabilities, they’re also making them easier to implement and operate.
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Applying Artificial Intelligence to Food Tray Production

Food producer apetito uses Neurala’s artificial intelligence technology to automate and optimize visual inspection of meal tray components.
Applications for this AI-powered imaging system include printed circuit board inspection, detection of foreign objects, identification of surface level metal defects, and product uniformity issues.

Flir Systems and Neurala Develop AI-Powered Industrial Machine Vision

The goal of combining artificial intelligence with industrial vision systems is to enable manufacturers to place automated inspection points anywhere and be able to quickly reconfigure...
Explainability improves quality control in manufacturing by identifying and highlighting the exact spot where an inconsistency or anomaly in vision inspection datasets occur. Source: Neurala

Can Artificial Intelligence Explain Itself?

As an end user, you may never have to work with artificial intelligence from a developer’s perspective, but knowing how it works is key to ensuring its successful use. Fortunately...

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The Artificial Intelligence Explosion in Industrial Automation

Take Five Video: From supply chain and workforce training to automated quality inspections, artificial intelligence capabilities are being added to automation technologies—changing...

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