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Machine Vision applied in Manufacturing

With solutions implemented by Logirobotix, the Factories of the Future can detect defects throughout the production process with artificial intelligence inspection systems, deploy predictive maintenance to reduce downtime, respond to real-time changes in demand across the supply chain, reduce costs of small-batch or single-run goods, enabling greater customization, improve employee satisfaction by shifting mundane tasks to machines.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine vision are becoming increasingly prevalent in manufacturing , as they offer many benefits in terms of quality control, process optimization, and productivity.

Quality Control

AI and machine vision can be used to inspect products and identify defects or anomalies in real-time. This allows manufacturers to detect problems early and take corrective action, reducing the number of defective products and improving overall product quality.

Process optimization: AI and machine vision can analyze data from sensors and cameras to optimize manufacturing processes. For example, they can detect inefficiencies in the production line and suggest changes to improve efficiency, reduce waste, and save energy.

Predictive maintenance: AI and machine vision can be used to predict when machines or equipment are likely to fail, allowing manufacturers to schedule maintenance before a breakdown occurs. This reduces downtime and extends the life of equipment, improving overall productivity.

Pick & Place

AI and machine vision can be used to control robots and automated systems, allowing them to perform tasks that require high precision and speed. This reduces the need for human labor and increases productivity.

Supply Chain

AI and machine vision can be used to optimize the supply chain by tracking inventory levels, predicting demand, and identifying potential bottlenecks. This allows manufacturers to respond quickly to changes in demand and ensure that materials and products are delivered on time.
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Inspection types

Using a machine vision model, you can detect whether parts are present or absent on a conveyor belt, providing information on correct assembly. Additionally, you can scan for anomalies like cracks, dents, and stains.

Surface and assembly verification

For high-precision, highly-detailed, complex inspection tasks, Logirobotix’s solution is more accurate than human vision.

Dimensional control

Dimension inspection is a type of appearance inspection. It plays an important role in making pass/fail judgments of whether parts or products.


Surface verification
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