Advanced Imaging


Advanced Imaging Magazine

Updated: January 12th, 2011 10:01 AM CDT

New Developments Propel Inspection and Measurement

Advances mean increases in speed and quality at lower cost
CyberOptics' WaferSense™, ATS
© CyberOptics
CyberOptics' WaferSense™, ATS (Automatic Teaching System) uses machine vision to see inside semiconductor equipment.
Cognex's OmniView
© Cognex
Cognex's OmniView uses four cameras to inspect the entire cylindrical surface of bottles, cans, vials or cosmetic containers without orientation or accurate positioning.
Allied Vision intelligent sensor
© Allied Vision
Allied Vision worked with EDAG, a German company, to develop an intelligent sensor to use with its Best-Fit image-processing system in the automotive industry.

By Barry Hochfelder

The EDAG system now is being used for assembly at two European manufacturers: all attached parts of the Mercedes Benz S-Class and for the doors of the Opel Corsa. It's also being used for other applications, including positioning of robot tools for punching, stamping or riveting in automobile production.

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