By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | June 15th, 2017

Advanced robot-based object detection, recognition, and gripping technologies have seen increasing use as manufacturers transition from mass production to customization to meet customer demands. As a result, today’s modern robotic systems must be able to recognize a changing environment and adapt to it.Capture1.PNG

Advanced vision techniques ranging from low-resolution systems with a large field of view, to high-precision surface metrology systems are available to solve a wide range of challenging industrial applications.

3D vision point cloud dataEWI Applications Engineer Seungkook Jun has written 3D Vision-guided Robotics for Industrial Applications to provide an overview of advanced vision techniques ranging from low-resolution systems with a large field of view to high-precision surface metrology systems. This paper describes four different 3D imaging techniques, and provides examples of their application in industry.

To learn more about EWI’s work in vision-guided robotics and advanced automation, contact rbrown@ewi.org.

 

 

 

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