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Robots that can “see” are the future of smart manufacturing

31 January 2024

Fully integrated robot vision systems are on the rise, but what does it take to create a good one?

Combined robotics and vision systems are pushing the boundaries of industrial automation applications and enhancing their capabilities. These advancements are enabling end users to improve their operations considerably when it comes to speed, performance and accuracy. Creating value-adding automated machines that leverage both robotics and vision systems, however, requires expert skills.

Benedict Yelf, Machine Vision and Automation Engineer at Optimal Industrial Automation, discusses what to consider when developing a successful robotic application with machine vision functions.

Read the full article in DPA's February issue

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