Logging and tracking product data is an important step for both recording production history and enabling automated processes further down the supply chain. In this video, an Omron Microscan Vision HAWK Smart Camera uses AutoVISION Machine Vision Software to read the text on the top of lipstick tubes, while an MS-3 Laser Barcode Scanner decodes barcodes from the sides of the tubes as they pass by at high speeds.
In the highly competitive market of manufacturing, increasing pressures to shrink margins, reduce costs and improve product quality has manufacturers looking for solutions. This presentation will discuss 3 practical ways how IIoT can create value for your company and the technology solutions available to support your IIoT projects.
Many are unaware of the extent to which the theoretical field of computer vision has produced tangible benefits for manufacturing.
The ability to automatically extract information from digital images opens many doors for manufacturers striving to cut costs, improve quality and streamline their processes overall. The primary uses of machine vision are inspection, gauging, and robot guidance. This white paper by Omron Microscan explores machine vision’s fundamental functions, benefits for industrial automation and real-world applications.
The HAWK MV-4000® is Omron Microscan’s brand new high-performance machine vision camera with 4 times the processing power, and up to 6 times the frame rates over the previous generation of smart cameras.