Case Studies



Bosch Waiblingen utilises Autonomous Machine Vision


In its plant in Waiblingen, Germany, Bosch produces plastic moulded connectors for the automotive sector. Plastic injection moulding is traditionally a difficult application for standard machine vision because of the lack of contrast between the background and the part being ... Go to article

On the track of old masters


The "Virgin of the Rocks" is a famous work by Leonardo da Vinci and shows the Virgin Mary with the Christ Child, the boy St. John and the angel Uriel in a rock cave. The painting is one of three ... Go to article

O3D – View From the Top


The automotive manufacturer Opel in Rüsselsheim relies on innovative technology in production. At a welding robot various stamped and deep-drawn metal sheets are welded to form a supporting element of the bodywork. A 3D camera monitors the position and the ... Go to article

Cinematography camera with swappable sensors


With the increasing competition in the cinema camera market, the focus of Octopus is to fill the gaps in specialist requirements. For instance, native monochrome sensor imaging and a fully open SDK to extend and embed custom behavior in the ... Go to article

Improved Image Quality for Tumor Surgeries at Quest


Quest Medical Imaging BV in the Netherlands offers an image processing system with multispectral cameras to visualize cancers during surgery. It has been expanded using a programmable frame grabber, including appropriate software from Silicon Software, achieving the very low latencies ... Go to article

Automated Rivet Hole Inspection in Aircraft Section Assembly


Aircraft production presents various technical challenges, such as large product dimensions, complex joining processes, and the need for proper organization of assembly tasks. Overcoming such challenges while enforcing tight tolerances and managing small batch sizes is often difficult to achieve ... Go to article