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Cambridge Consultants, in the course of its contract design and development work, is making use of a wide variety of optical methods for inspection and sensing. The author here reviews some of the company's recent innovations.
The WISARD recognition system invented at Brunei University has been developed into an industrialised product by Computer Recognition Systems under licence from the British Technology Group. Using statistical pattern classification it already shows great potential in rapid sorting, and research...
An automatic direct glazing system for car windscreens and back lights has been installed by Austin Morris on its new Montego line at Cowley. The system was developed by the VS Technology group and includes robot loading of the glass to the car using a vision sensing system to achieve correct...
Over the past ten years about 200 computercontrolled automatic sorting machines have been installed in Japan. The system described in this article, in use in a retail distribution centre, incorporates automatic ultrasonic volume measurement for calculation of freight charges, voice input, laser...
Since 1969 a team at University College, London, have been developing a superfact architecture CLIP for analysing images. The commercial prospects for this system are discussed.
This article demonstrates the importance of intelligent measuring systems, particularly computer vision systems for automatic visual inspection.
The very high processing speed of its Linear Array Processor has enabled British Robotic Systems Ltd to win a contract for six character reading systems in a major automation project involving reading of postcodes of poor print quality on DHSS pension books
Rapid interpretation of component profile data from a linescan camera makes possible a lowcost method of detecting parts orientation in a feeder. This article was presented as a paper at the 5th International Conference on Assembly Automation, 2224 May 1984, Paris, France.
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