I-DV: Deep Learning Vision Inspection System
Human-Like Inspection Without the Human Factor
The BOS I-DV is a configurable, pre-engineered deep learning vision inspection system that allows manufacturers to harness the power of deep learning technology to solve quality inspections too complicated, time consuming, and costly to program using traditional rules-based algorithms. Realize the reliability, accuracy, and enhanced product quality of automating inspections previously reserved for manual operators.
ELEVATE PRODUCT QUALITY WITH DEEP LEARNING TECHNOLOGY
Throughout the modern manufacturing plant, various inspections have traditionally been reserved for manual operators due to automation challenges because of the complexity or variation. The introduction of deep learning technology has enabled these inspections to be automated and performed reliably at a higher degree of accuracy than ever before.
The BOS I-DV is a turnkey, deep learning machine vision system. Powered by Cognex ViDi™, the I-DV is designed for industrial image analysis and configurable for your application.
Pre-Engineered Design for Low Cost & Quick Delivery
Easy to Deploy & Maintain
User Friendly HMI
CSA Safety Compliant Design
Training & Support
Supports up to 8 Cameras
Supports up to 32 Acquisitions/Camera
Supports up to 16 Inspections/Acquisition
Parallel Image Acquisition & Processing
Communication: Ethernet/IP or Profinet
Input Power: 120V
Deep Learning Defect Detection
Deep Learning Assembly Verification
Deep Learning OCR
Deep Learning Option Classification
Traditional Machine Vision Tools
Industrial Vision Controller & Panel Stand
Cognex ViDi License
GigE Vision Camera(s), Lens(es), Filter(s)
Lighting & Adjustable Mount for Each Camera
Peripheral Accessories (Keyboard & Tray, Mouse)
Controls Training (3-Day BOS Curriculum)
Part Fixture & Tooling
Additional Camera Capacity
Upgraded Vision Controller
Enhanced Programming Customization
Alternative Communication Protocols
Line Scan or 3D Profiler Package
Peripheral Accessories (Keyboard & Tray, Mouse)
Camera Mounting Structure
Applications & Case Studies
Accurately accomplish complex defect detection. Through deep learning, the system can be trained to discern between acceptable variations and defects, even in situations where the parts and/or defects can vary in size or appearance.
Read skewed, highly deformed, low-contrast or poorly etched code with ease. Through deep learning, the system is trained on the actual text being used in the application, allowing the system to read codes that would be next to impossible with traditional optical code recognition (OCR) tools.
Detect if components are installed and assembled correctly even if components change slightly in appearance, colour, size angle or shape.
Determine if the correct option is installed even if the option varies in appearance, colour, size, angle, shape or one or more options have subtle differences.
Benefits of Deep Learning Inspection
Deep learning combines the self-learning and discernment capability of human inspection with the speed and consistency of a computerized system
Deep learning learns what is right and wrong based on sample images, similar to how one would teach a human inspector. However, unlike human inspectors, deep learning is a computerized system and not subject to the errors or inconsistencies of human inspection. Through deep learning, the BOS I-DV is able to complete more complex inspections with a higher degree of accuracy for automated inspection than ever before.
|Traditional Machine Vision||Human Inspection||Deep Learning Inspection|
|Type||Rules Based - Traditional Machine Vision is programmed by setting up tools that must meet certain thresholds or percentages||Learns by Example - Quality control operators are shown the difference between defective and good parts||Self-Learning - Deep Learning learns from sample images thus being able to discern between acceptable variations and defects|
|Speed||Fast - Typical inspections take 1-3 seconds||Slow, Inconsistent - Inspection times are typically 5-10 seconds||Fast - Images are acquired by cameras and analyzed using processors|
|Reliability/Accuracy||Reliable, High Accuracy Rate Achievable - Quantitative measurements are computed on every inspection||Inconsistent, Lower Accuracy - Defects can be missed depending on the skill of the current operator||Reliable, High Accuracy Rate Achievable - Images are always processed by the same algorithm|
|Complexity/Variation||Unable to manage complex or highly variable inspections - Traditional machine vision rules-based algorithms are not able to easily manage complex inspections||Able to handle large variability and complexity - Human operators have the ability to recognize defects in variable or complex inspections||Designed to handle variability and complexity - Deep learning thrives in accurately discerning acceptable variations even in the most complex inspections|
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