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Powerful Robotic Vision that Delivers

Powerful Robotic Vision that Delivers

Posted: 29/08/2022 12:12:54 by Sarah Mellish
Topics: Machine Vision, Trade Shows

Advances in sophisticated technologies continue to enhance Vision Guided Robotics (VGR) for the manufacturing of parts and the packaging of goods. Improvements in size, speed, precision, flexibility and price for a variety of devices, along with user-friendly software platforms, are facilitating a wide range of applications. In turn, this is rebuilding confidence for the use of high-quality vision technology in robotic automation, encouraging decision makers to implement high-performance robots into their production lines.

Learn About Leading Yaskawa Vision Solutions at The Vision Show

Containing all the technologies needed to process and handle visual data and objects, machine vision systems help to accurately pinpoint an object and tell the robot where it is located. To speak with experts about the latest in robotic machine vision, plan to visit the Yaskawa booth (#903) at The Vision Show in Boston, Massachusetts (October 11-13). Held at the Hynes Convention Center, the latest cutting edge cameras, sensors, robots and more will be discussed. Our representatives will be on hand to answer your questions and share about our robust vision options including:

MotoSight™ 2D – an extremely fast, small-part processing solution, MotoSight 2D provides feature rich vision functionality for general robot guidance, error proofing, part identification, part inspection and high-speed picking. Powerful yet easy-to-integrate, this hardware/software option utilizes the ultra-compact Cognex In-Sight® 8401 camera for high resolution, and leading PatMax® pattern recognition software to distinguish structured and semi-randomly placed parts.

Learn What Vision Solution is Ideal for Your Application

Plan your trip to The Vision Show and conference today! If you are unable to attend, please be sure to take a look at our Yaskawa vision solutions page. Here you will find a wealth of knowledge on 2D vs. 3D vision capability.

As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to our industry experts with any questions you may have.

Sarah Mellish is a Marketing Content Specialist

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