Use Cases Automotive Visual Quality Detection

Visual Quality Detection

Visual quality detection automates the analysis of products on the production line or equipment in production facilities for quality control using machine vision. Machine vision is the technology and methods used to provide image-based automatic inspection. It is a system that uses visual computing technology to mechanically “see” the activities that take place one by one along the production line. The components of an automatic inspection system usually include lighting, a camera or other image acquiring device, a processor, software, and output devices. Machine vision surpasses human vision at the quantitative and qualitative measurement of a structured scene because of its speed, accuracy, and repeatability. A machine vision system can easily assess object details too small to be seen by the human eye, and inspect them with greater reliability and lesser error. On a production line, machine vision systems can inspect hundreds or thousands of parts per minute reliably and repeatedly, far exceeding the inspection capabilities of humans. It also uses Artificial Intelligence to mimick human level intelligence to distinguish anomalies, parts, and characters, while tolerating natural variations in complex patterns. It merges the adaptability of human visual inspection with the speed and reliability of a computerized system.
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The overall machine vision market is expected to grow from USD 8.12 billion in 2015 to USD 14.43 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 8.15% between 2016 and 2022.

Source: Markets and Markets

 

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