JAI Sweep+: Prism-based colour line scan cameras ensure fast inspection of moving objects
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.
New visions with polarisation
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.
Improving the quality of pharmaceutical packaging components
Ensuring that rubber stoppers and plungers used in pharmaceutical vials and syringes are free from defects and contamination is of paramount importance. The iM series of modular, fully automated inspection machines manufactured by Simac Masic bv have been designed to meet that challenge.
Utilising multi-camera high-speed vision systems, developed in conjunction with STEMMER IMAGING, in combination with metal detection, they provide 100% inspection of these products and provide automatic rejection of out-of-specification product.
Aggregation in the pharmaceutical industry: product traceability via track & trace
Pharmaceutical companies achieve significant cost savings by using traceability and aggregation solutions. Moreover, they enable compliance with regulations for proof of origin and traceability of prescription drugs. A large part of these benefits result from improvements in process and supply chain efficiency. The Smart Manual Aggregation Table (SMAT) system from ISW, Industrielle Sensorsysteme Wichmann GmbH, facilitates the reliable packaging of pharmaceutical products by using machine vision from STEMMER IMAGING.
Reliable packaging of medicinally active ingredients
Sophisticated technology for the pharmaceutical industry and the construction of machines in this sector are among the core competences of Harro Höfliger. Machine vision systems ensure reliable quality inspections at several points in a new plant for the packaging of painkillers.