AIS ltd are a turnkey ‘Machine Vision Systems’ integrator; we design, install, commission, validate and maintain Machine Vision systems in Ireland and abroad. If you have a vision inspection project give us a call on +353 1 6205742 and one of our expert vision engineers will be in be in touch promptly.
A machine vision system consists of computer hardware and software working together with cameras and lighting to capture images of objects for the purpose of making a quality control decision. When the image is captured and stored in memory, it is algorithmically compared to a predefined image or quality standard in an effort to detect defects or anomalies.
We create machine vision solutions using top quality Datalogic machine vision technology which can be applied in a number of different applications. Using machine vision technology for purposes of inspection and quality control enables manufacturing companies to prevent defective products from being shipped to customers and to improve their manufacturing processes and reduce costs.
In recent years, machine vision has emerged as a powerful process control technology that enables manufacturers to improve quality and increase productivity.
Benefits of Print Vision Systems
- Eliminate defects with vision - You can 100% inspect your products, and ensure that your products are error free.
- Quality is improved - Sample testing can be replaced by 100% inspection.
- Automate production - Machine Vision enables efficient use of manufacturing lines by allowing production equipment the ability to automatically locate and identify items.
- Machine Vision systems provide the most reliable visual inspection results with the added benefits of inspecting in dirty, rough, industrial and hazardous environments that may not be safe for human inspections.
- Track and identify parts - Vision can be used to automate tracking of parts and products by reading 1D and 2D barcodes.
- Cost Reductions - Using vision can dramatically reduce waste by detecting process errors early.
Machine vision is a general term for using software, microprocessor systems and cameras to inspect manufactured products or other inspection criteria in industry. Some computer vision systems may have only a computer or camera but a machine vision system normally integrates into a process where various industrial interface standards can be used. You can consider Machine vision as a subset of industrial imaging and uses the fields of optics, vision illumination, mechanical , electrical , data communication , software engineering , image processing and machine physics.