An eye on everything – the vision sensor for robotics applications
Expectations of today’s robotics solutions are steadily rising in the context of Industry 4.0, paired with a simultaneous desire for greater ease-of-use. And this is precisely where the VISOR® Robotic demonstrates its outstanding ability. Available in several versions, the vision sensor offers the perfect solution for a variety of automation tasks. Designed with integrated and standardised interfaces, VISOR® Robotic can be easily incorporated in existing installations and systems, and thanks to different calibration methods and flexible data structures, it is also suited to a diverse range of procedures.
Scope of detectors according to the application:
VISOR® Robotic was recognized among the best in machine vision today by the judges of the Vision Systems Design 2020 Innovators Awards program. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrator and end-user companies.
Thanks to VISOR® Robotic, components that are fed in a universal tray or via a supply bin are reliably located and gripped. When loose components are supplied, the sensor not only checks their position but also inspects the free space around the gripper. The VISOR® determines both sets of information and sends them to the robot controller via one of the integrated standardised interfaces. The process is then managed based on the information received.
The position of components supplied in a tray can vary so strongly that robot guidance is necessary.
During robot-guided applications, such as screw positioning, VISOR® Robotic effortlessly detects the pose of components; this allows the correction of any offset and improves the quality of production. Mechanical effort is reduced, and the production line is consequently more flexible. The VISOR® Robotic concept enables direct communication between the VISOR® and the robot, and an additional instance can subsequently be omitted for many applications.
The VISOR® Robotic identifies the exact position of the housing. Offset data is used to correct the robot’s trajectory.
Use of mobile robots must be safe and efficient. To achieve this, the size of the safety zone must be rigorously defined, and also extremely reduced to offer the worker maximum freedom of movement. With the aid of Target Mark 3D technology, VISOR® Robotic allows mobile robots to move with precision to the workstation and e.g. to connect themselves there mechanically via a plug.
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Target Mark technology enables easy identification and precise referencing of your mobile work stations.
Target Mark 3D technology was recognized among the best in machine vision today by the judges of the Vision Systems Design 2021 Innovators Awards program.
The VISOR® Robotic vision sensor was specially developed for the challenges in robotics applications. With its integrated, standardised interfaces, it can be easily incorporated in existing installations and robot systems from leading manufacturers.
Specially developed apps and function modules allow seamless communication between the vision sensor and robot, and considerably facilitate setup, operation and data exchange. This enables fast integration of the sensor in numerous applications.
In addition to the apps and function modules developed by us, the setup of robotics applications is also simplified by the offerings of other solution providers.
Of course, the cooperation of these programs with our VISOR® Robotic works without problems. Their additional tools make the communication with robots and their setup and operation even more comfortable and expand your possibilities considerably.
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