See Scorpion Vision at MachineBuilding.Live, 4 October 2023, on stand 35
At the Machine Vision Conference (MVC), co-located with the brand-new BARA exhibition Automation UK, Scorpion Vision (Stand 21) will show how Mech Mind’s new generation AI+3D robot vision tech can support rapid development of 3D vision for robot picking challenges.
The machine vision automation expert will use a random bin picking application to illustrate how, by automating much of the application building process, Mech Mind’s intelligent robot solutions can accelerate the design of challenging 3D robot vision applications.
Paul Wilson, managing director at Scorpion Vision, says: “Mech-Mind’s AI+3D robot solutions are both ingenious and simple. They essentially provide the key building blocks that system integrators and machine builders need to design 3D vision driven robots. Instead of having to develop the machine vision software or AI element from scratch, users can simply incorporate these ready-to-use applications into the system architecture.
“This dramatically reduces the time, complexity and cost involved in developing vision-guided robots, making it very easy to create what have previously been considered challenging 3D robot vision applications.”
Mech Mind’s suite of AI+3D vision solutions for robots combines high performance industrial cameras with intelligent platform software. The core hardware module is the Mech-Eye industrial camera, which has integrated light sources, sensors and processing. Three complementary software applications complete the package: Mech-Vision is the machine vision software element; Mech-Viz is the bundled robot programming software and Mech-DLK enables creation of deep learning applications. When these building blocks are used in combination, users can quickly design automation applications.