Automotive automation systemsWednesday 25th July, 2018
Machine vision plays a vital role in the heavily automated automotive sector. Overall, machine vision inspection is expected to grow 8% annually by 2022. One of the major drivers for growth is the demand for automated inspection systems within the automotive industry.
Shelton’s WebSPECTOR solution virtually eliminates customer claims and provides consistent data for process improvement.
Machine vision is used in a number of ways throughout the automotive supply chain and is largely responsible for the quality of the end product.
Another reason why automated inspection is important for the automotive industry is because it is highly accurate compared to manual inspection. Increased throughput is another major positive but the accuracy of machine vision solutions reduces waste and keeps your end customer happy.
Every part that goes into a vehicle must fit and function perfectly. Manual inspectors are far less accurate than a camera, and any defects in a part can be dangerous for the consumer and costly for the manufacturer.
Other benefits automotive automation systems
Shelton Vision has applied state of the art machine vision applications that offer the following benefits:
- The ability to set identifiable standards of visual quality control
- Audit and track results and trace any deviation
- The ability to eject faulty components in real time
- Elimination of variable human error on day to day quality decisions
Machine vision plays a vital role in automotive production. As the automotive sector grows and automates, machine vision’s role in production will grow in importance.
Shelton’s machine vision systems currently inspect over 20 million square metres of automotive interior fabric per month.
Talk to Shelton about machine vision technology
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