Machine vision guarantees quality in the automotive industry
However, image processing systems provide even after the production of vehicle parts and complete vehicles throughout their life cycle in numerous other applications for security or comfort.
JAI’s Sweep+ prism-based colour line scan cameras combine high colour fidelity with best in class resolution along with high-speed data transmission over long distances for a wide range of applications.
Interview with our expert Jan Sandvoss
Polarisation imaging can reveal information on physical properties such as stresses in plastic or glass. STEMMER IMAGING polarisation expert Jan Sandvoss gives us an insight into this powerful technique and its possibilities.
The Center of Device Development at the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC has developed a fully automated check system for bearing balls that is unique in the world. The sophisticated quality inspection system is based on machine vision components from STEMMER IMAGING.
Over the years, "machine vision" has become a well-established term describing the technology's main area of application in the manufacturing industry. However, the components and systems originally developed for the industrial sector are increasingly being used in non-industrial applications.
Universities from all over the world participate in the Formula Student Driverless, a challenging engineering competition to develop the best driverless racing car. The municHMotorsport team relies on machine vision from STEMMER IMAGING to identify and evaluate track markings.