Showcasing LUCID client stories with our machine vision cameras
With a true mission to make farming easier and increase productivity, TerraClear is developing an end-to-end automation system which focuses specifically on automating rock removal.
NUTAI, an engineering service company for industrial automation, has developed a vision system that allows for manual and automatic operation with a collaborative robot, ensuring very precise measurements of drills.
At a cheese factory in the Netherlands, 12 self-driving forklifts have the task to stack and de-stack cheese boxes in a fully automated process, thanks to vision algorithms developed by Florinco.
California-based tech company ADASTEC specializing in autonomous driving software platforms presented their first electric Level-4 Autonomous 8.3 meter bus.
Blister packs are used as unit-dose packaging for consumer goods or small tablets and capsules. To reduce manual labor, an efficient pick and place solution was developed by Pensur.
When a new pallet tower has been delivered by the forklift, the system detects the new pallet tower and measures the the pallets to determine the specific pallet from 20 different types.
When IoT data is utilized for real-time construction site monitoring, the image processing can be done in two ways: either on-premises or in the cloud.
Over the years, computer vision combined with image processing technology has become the standard of maritime surveillance.
While satellites are becoming more sophisticated, they must meet the ever-growing requirements regarding their size and weight.
Aiming to improve the versatility of onsite automation systems, Roboshin, a Japanese company focused on robot handling, has commercialized a robot gripper.