inspect, assess, value
Simply put, machine vision is the use of cameras to perform inspections, usually in place of the human eye.
Machine vision is a niche branch of automation engineering. It requires specialized skills in a wide range of technologies, including:
Indyn has developed the skills necessary to develop the required inspection and integrate these technologies into existing production lines.
The following examples show what we mean.
Machine vision has applications in most industries. Here are some examples.
Indyn is a leader in inspection and grading systems for grains, lentils, beans, coffee and a wide variety of other products.Learn more
The integrity of food packaging is crucial to customer confidence. Machine vision can help.Learn more
Product consistency and defect avoidance are crucial in most high speed production lines.learn more
Natural products present special problems for machine vision systems. This is an Indyn strength.
Indyn has developed the Platypus grain inspection platform.
Platypus is a machine vision based inspection system uniquely adapted to inspection and grading of natural products such as grains and cereals.
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