Blog categorized as Automated Counting

Why counting metal parts with vision-based methods is better than weight-based methods?
Traditional weight-based counting can increase costs and decrease profitability for manufacturers. The weight of each part is not the same, which makes counting by weight inefficient.
31.08.22 11:33 AM - Comment(s)
How do vision systems for inspection increase production efficiency in pharmaceutical companies?
Stringent regulatory norms imply potentially higher liability for any production errors. Quality control is an important aspect of the pharmaceutical industry and has been one of the biggest concerns for manufacturers.
21.06.22 02:36 PM - Comment(s)
How Automatic Counting Machines are Changing the way Food Industry Packs?
An alternative that is gaining popularity is the automatic counting and packing machine, which guarantees 100% accuracy. This alternative not only ensures exact control leading to higher customer satisfaction but also improves ROI due to lower wastage and/or extra products.
04.05.22 11:16 AM - Comment(s)
Benefits of Using Line-Scan Cameras
 A line-scan camera reads the image data one line at a time. This means that it doesn’t observe the image as a whole, but rather reviews it   precisely line by line. This seamless recording style allows for inspections of over-long objects or even endless webs of material. The most...
10.05.21 12:15 PM - Comment(s)
Achieve Accurate Counting with AI and KIARA

Machine Vision can be used where human visual processes are not reliable and can lead to errors. One such example is in counting small parts or objects, especially when the parts or objects are in large numbers. Visual Counting is faster and more accurate.

10.05.21 11:35 AM - Comment(s)

Packaging is the very first impression of a product and the brand. Any discrepancy in the product packaging – be it a defect or incorrect labeling – that goes unnoticed, may prove disastrous for the product. Their-in lies the opportunity for machine vision technology to play a powerful role in impro...

10.05.21 06:54 AM - Comment(s)