What role does smart image processing play?

In quality control for the production lines, one of the important factors which are increasing heavily is smart image processing. It is implemented technically either as a new solution completely or retrofitting partially in an existing system.

The compact image processing system of the company can monitor production in real-time and thereby it can immediately react to any error. The transmitted data by an image processing system is processed on-site and it is centrally made available via the cloud for analysing in detail so that measures can be taken appropriately.

To make intelligent decisions by an inspection system the sensor should be able to capture proper data such as cameras for image processing. Different aspects of a product can be monitored by setting up cameras such as defect detecting or label checking for error printing or information missing. The high computing power enables data analysing so that it can be compared with the process which is based on actual or target results. The detected problems help in system reaction as per programmed rules. The errors can be automatically corrected but though the operator is informed always about the correct process sequences to be ensured with necessary additional measures.

A fully networked system provides a better connection between machines in a production line where precise quality control is ensured and high efficiency is achieved. The system automatically compensates once a defect has been detected without effecting the production line. With today’s modernized technology, intelligent automation solutions work much faster where computing power is offered high that is easy to operate and transparent quality control is ensured in the factory of tomorrow.

Source:- https://www.ke-next.de/

 

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