Artificial Vision

We integrate all types of artificial intelligence (AI) cameras and the one that best suits each solution. Also, we manufacture specific systems when the application requires it.

In EDS Robotics we have developed sophisticated vision systems, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional (2D and 3D).

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of machines to use algorithms, learn from data and use what they learn to make decisions just as a human would, but with the difference that they do not need to rest and can analyse large volumes of information at once.

Types of cameras we work with

Line Scan Camera

Line scan cameras construct a line-by-line image by scanning the object with a linear sensor and moving it longitudinally.
This type of camera typically has between 512 and 12,000 pixels, with a short length and high quality, in order to obtain the best possible sensitivity and performance.

Camera Matrix

Also known as an area camera, due to the fact that the sensor covers an area that is made up of an matrix of pixels, from which it will produce an image.
The sensors in modern cameras are all CCD (Charge Coupled Devices) technology made up of thousands of photosensitive diodes positioned very precisely in the matrix.
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Hyperspectral Camera

This camera can capture and process a large number of wavelengths, differentiating between different types of materials, providing a large collection of information across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
In addition, it represents physical and chemical information of what we are seeing in real time.

3D Optical Profilometer

Laser profilometry allows us to acquire images in 3 dimensions at a high speed of movement. This type of camera incorporates a linear laser to obtain the information.
The scene is captured on the basis of profiles, which requires linear illumination, allowing the power of the illuminator to be concentrated on a very small area, reaching capture speeds of several thousand profiles per second.

3D Vision/Structure (Stereoscopic Camera)

In the same way that human vision works, this type of camera allows the system to obtain two images from which it can reconstruct the three-dimensional (3D) scene from each pair of images. Let's say that the cameras perform the function that, in the case of humans, the eyes do.
Cameras with 3D vision/structure are ideal for bin-picking solutions.