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Inspection solution brings artificial intelligence to final checks

20 February 2017

Industrial Vision Systems (IVS) has launched a new automated inspection and rejection machine that provides a final post-packing quality check. The IVS-LAMi-P employs artificial intelligence (AI) machine vision technology to provide automated high-speed and critical inspection tasks checking packs, labels, seal, print, size, defect and overall product quality. 

Designed for ease of set-up and quick product changeover, the machine can automatically reject bad products to ensure a high level of packaged product quality leaving the factory floor. The system comes with various options such as physical or air reject options; and optional links to scanners and factory information systems.

With optional multi vision sensors the machine can provide adaptable inspection from all sides of a product, reducing the need for manual inspection. The IVS-LAMi-P can inspect dates and codes; package size measurements; label placement and alignment; film colour verification; and print quality inspection. In addition, it also provides 1D and 2D code checking.

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