UVeye, a provider of advanced vehicle diagnostic systems, has received an investment from the capital venture arm of General Motors, GM Ventures, to help fund the development and commercialization of the company’s vehicle inspection technology.
Market analysts frequently point out that there is an ever-increasing demand for digital data storage. This is great news for Flexon Technology, a Bangkok-based integrator that serves manufacturers of cases for hard disk drive (HDD) data storage devices.
The manufacturing industry continues to ask for more and more from machine vision solutions. Many applications in the industrial environment demand an increasingly higher resolution combined with high frame rates.
Last month, NASA's Mars Perseverance rover landed on the red planet after 5.5 months of traveling through space. The rover's primary mission is to search for signs of ancient microscopic life and collect the first ever Martian soil samples for analysis.
There is no doubt that little things can make a big difference in electronics manufacturing. For example, using out-of-spec micro screws and bolts on commercial smart phones can wreak havoc on their assembly quality and performance reliability.
Bossa Nova Robotics is one of the leaders in the retail robotics sector, providing large retailers with inventory-scanning robots that move up and down aisles, tracking inventory supply levels via computer vision and artificial intelligence.
In its latest report, BCC Research projects the global drug delivery market to grow to nearly $227.3 billion by 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.9 percent. This is great news for the French company Nemera, which designs and manufactures world-class drug delivery devices for the pharmaceutical industry.
Every manufacturer has one want and many needs. The want is universal, to be the leader in its industry or area of specialty. The needs are individual, and may concern issues as diverse as increasing capital, upgrading technology, expanding plant size or hiring more assemblers.
On DemandWhen used in the appropriate applications, deep learning software is a powerful tool that can efficiently and reliably handle automated inspection tasks.
In this webinar, David L. Dechow, Vice President of Outreach and Vision Technology at Landing AI, highlights scenarios and provides guidance on choosing the applications for which deep learning technology offers the most significant value.
Automated assembly applications have consistently demanded higher precision from robots and other mechanical devices, and higher resolution from sensors to position those mechanical devices. In early 2022, the next wave of sensing technology was introduced: RF based micro-location sensors. Microlocation delivers highly precise data even in highly unstructured environments, enabling a wide range of process improvements including cycle time, quality, and human/robot efficiencies.