- Analytics & Modeling - Computer Vision Software
- Discrete Manufacturing
- Computer Vision
- Hardware Design & Engineering Services
In the product assembly operation involving people in the factory production line, the general actions usually include fixed operation procedures such as: reaching out, grasping, moving objects, assembling. After the operator works for a long time or is disturbed, the assembly action will be omitted and it might cause misoperation. It's also necessary to identify the problems existing in the action through action analysis so that the sequence and method of the action can be improved.
Based on IPC industrial cameras, through the video behaviour recognition detection method, it can automatically identify whether the procedures in the manual assembly process are correct, and give real-time alarm prompts for erroneous operations to prevent non-compliant operations and discover and optimize assembly actions. Among them, video-based behaviour recognition refers to extracting salient visual features describing action behaviour patterns from video sequences and then classifying and understanding them through algorithms such as machine learning and pattern recognition to realize the recognition of behaviour patterns of video targets.
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