AI Vision Units
Nowadays, a wide range of design activities are done or supported by task-specific software.Mechanical engineers use CAD software, optical designers use optical modeling software and so do many other engineers with different specialties.
When talking about software in the machine vision industry, the first thought goes to image processing software.
However, solving machine vision applications requires multiple software competencies as well as skilled professionals capable of developing products and solutions with the aid of dedicated software tools.
From optical and mechanical design to FPGA or driver programming, going through image processing libraries and GUI development, rarely has a single organization had all these competencies internally.
A vision system is a computer based system that can see and provide analytical feedback on what it sees. In order to do this, the most various types of software are required.
Opto Engineering® PENSO® and ALBERT are self-learning machines that learn the characteristics of a product directly from the production line and autonomously determine its quality for sorting purposes. These advanced systems were developed thanks to our group’s multidisciplinary expertise in optomechanical design, embedded system programming, artificial intelligence, computer vision, image processing and GUI development.
The design of a motorized optical system needs to consider the harsh industrial environment where the product may be deployed as well as customers’ expectations for long service life. Many zoom lenses on the market integrate motion mechanisms that fail prematurely or end up being inaccurate after a number of cycles.
In order to make robust and repeatable zoom systems with easy to use functions, we gathered our experts in optical modeling, mechanical design, driver development. The result is our TCZRS, MZMT12X, ENMT motorized zoom lens series which guarantee very stable, flexible and precise performance.
The list of software we use and we are proficient in includes: