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    Overview and trends in machine vision inspection

    Update time:2019-06-02 10:56:56

    Why can a machine see you? Because it has its own vision. Machine vision inspection skills are an interdisciplinary subject involving many fields such as artificial intelligence, neurobiology, psychophysics, computer science, picture processing, and pattern recognition. Machine vision detection uses computers to simulate human visual functions. It extracts information from the pictures of objective things, processes them and understands them. After all, it is used for practice detection, measurement and manipulation. The most skillful features are fast speed and large amount of information. More useful.


    Machine vision detection first uses computers to simulate human visual functions, but it is not only a simple extension of the human eye, but more importantly, it has a part of the human brain to extract information from the pictures of objective things, process and understand. After all, it is used for practice testing, measurement and manipulation.


    A typical industrial machine vision inspection system, including digital picture processing skills, mechanical engineering skills, control skills, light source lighting skills, optical imaging skills, sensor skills, analog and digital video skills, computer hardware and software skills, human-machine interface skills, etc. .


    Because machine vision is part of automation, there is no machine vision without automation. Machine vision hardware and software products are gradually becoming the core system of different stages of the collaborative production process. Both users and hardware suppliers use machine vision products as production. Online information collection tools, which require a large number of machine vision products to use standardized skills, intuitively said to be open to the automation and open, can be based on the needs of users for secondary development.