4D Vision for robotic automation
Apera AI can give your robots human-like speed, sight and perception. It's now possible to make your bin picking, packaging and assembly workcells fast, reliable and precise.
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AI-driven vision software to give robots speed and precision for multiple applications.
AI and machine learning technologies give human-like perception to robots.
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Pick objects from simple to complex, including clear and shiny objects, with unprecedented speed and precision.
Task your robot with complex assembly tasks to sub-millimeter precision levels.
4D Vision opens new possibilities in product packaging, including pick and place of multiple item shapes and finishes.
Task robots with sorting multiple objects from mixed bins, including objects that are highly similar.
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Read the 4D Vision technology guide to understand how AI-driven robotic vision is opening new applications in automation.
See how your factory can reach higher productivity by thinking differently about bin picking.
We founded Apera AI with the goal of making robotic automation easier by providing robots with human-like vision intelligence.
Clear objects present challenges to 3D vision systems. Using Apera Vue, two 2D cameras and an ABB robot, the system can quickly pick and place these objects, even when they are highly disordered.
How can robots see like humans for better manufacturing?
Using four 2D cameras with Apera Vue robotic vision software and a UR5 by Universal Robots, the combined system can quickly pick and place a variety of shiny socket sizes.
Apera AI and BOS Innovations used a Fanuc cobot to pick stamped metal parts off of a dark surface.