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A new instrument from Rank Taylor Hobson has met the challenge of measuring accurately both surface texture and conformance to a flat or circular arc profile. Immediate potential is seen in applications by the precision bearings industry for measurement of ball races, bearings, and rollers, and...
The problem of automating visual inspection is considered along with the developments that are likely to occur.
Vision is slowly emerging from the laboratory and loosing its ivory tower image. Systems such as that of Bosch, described here, originated in the research environment but are commercially available.
Linear photodiode arrays will have an increasingly important place in industrial inspection equipment, despite the glamour of cameras using matrix arrays, in the opinion of Peter Bertram, director and operations manager of Integrated Photo matrix, a company making both linear and matrix sensors....
The V1000 is an intelligent binary system from Control Automation Inc., which employs a novel hierarchical control to separate the functions of data gathering and data processing. It uses capabilities of commercially available computers, and offers a high performance at a low cost.
The Pattern Recognition and Image Processing group of the Leuven University is engaged in medical as well as in industrial projects. This paper is Part I of an overview of some of the industrial applications.
Developments in measuring systems which can be incorporated into automated manufacturing systems, seen recently in Milan, are reported by Jack Hollingum.
The automatic visual inspection of glassware is a challenging and potentially rewarding field of study. It is possible to detect a wide range of glassware defects and profiles automatically. This article reviews these possibilities and justifies the view that automated visual inspection systems...
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