Components for image processing systems
A successful image processing systems depends on the selection of the perfect components.
Lights, object lens, image sensor, image processing and communication are some of the key components for image processing. The lighting ensures that test parts are detected clearly by the camera. The object lens captures the image and displays it for the sensor. The camera sensor in industrial image processing transforms the information into a digital image, which is then sent to the processor for analysis.
The image processing consists of algorithms, which check the image, extract the relevant data, carry out the necessary checks and make a decision. It is usually communicated via a discrete I/O signal or data, which is sent to the device via a series connection; the device then logs and uses the data.
Customized image processing systems require the corresponding software. In particular when it comes to performance, data tracking or inspection flexibility, standard software products available on the market are no longer sufficient. In an in-house development process lasting over several years, we therefore created the VISIONCommander, a computer-based image processing software for automatic in-line inspection with highest standards in terms of reliability, performance and intuitive control.
There is already a suitable camera solution for almost every use case and we will find it and use it for you. And if this is not the case, we have the ideas and the right expertise to develop customized cameras.
We explore the full portfolio of renowned and high-quality manufacturers to be able to distribute the perfect object lens for your requirements.
The tasks and the current situations we encounter are very different and individual, in particular when it comes to lighting. This is why we have developed and designed special lighting devices in addition to those available on the market.
We are partner system integrator of Cognex and Microscan, the world-leading suppliers for components for industrial image processing.