Machine Vision & Industrial Automation
For Rama packages produced by Unilever, printing errors (missing text, illegible characters etc.) are detected on the packages straight on the production tape.
For Betty Ice, the machine-vision system detects defective icecreams (broken crust, glued together, etc.) directly on the production stream.
At Ecorec, the automated access system controls 3 pathways and 2 weighing platforms, everything being connected to the company's ERP.
The system installed at Oil Terminal recognize alphanumeric characters on moving railroad wagons, storing the information in the company's database.
For Autoliv, the airbags manufacturer, the machine vision system measures the stitches sizes and marks the non-conforming ones for rejection .
In the case of Coca Cola, the system developed by PHILRO Industrial "reads" the printed caps straight on the production line and signals detected errors.