One of our customers, an Irish company that has been dedicated to the supply of crop protection products for over 30 years, required an updated solution for an existing line to comply with French labelling guidelines and needed to come up with a solution to suit different shaped canisters.
We recently installed a vision system to check lot and expiry for a leading global medical device company which provides a broad portfolio of essential hospital products worldwide.
We recently installed a Herma top-apply label applicator for a biotechnology company in Cork, labelling up to 30 cartons/minute.
One of our customers, a global leader in healthcare diagnostics, located in Northern Ireland, required an automated process to apply labels and also inspect print on their bottles of test solutions.
A recent machine vision project was completed by our colleagues in AIS Vision Spain, for their customer, Daymsa (chemical manufacturer), who wanted to ensure the proper label was applied on each bottle (20L and 5L) and the cap was properly threaded.
Our customer, a global medical device company, required smart display terminals for their manual pack stations.
Our customer, a global medical device company required an innovative solution for their (space constrained) manual manufacturing cells.
Materials produced in a continuous roll or sheet, such as paper, textiles, film, foil, plastics, metals, glass, or coatings, are best inspected by line scan systems.
Our customer, a global medical device company which manufactures filters for particle monitoring, needed to streamline their labelling process across 4 production lines.
Our customer, an international medical devices company based in the West of Ireland, develops, manufactures, and markets healthcare products and services worldwide.
Our customer, a global medical device manufacturer, was tasked with automating their highly manual end of line packaging process.