4D Vision at Automate 2023
See how AI is enabling you to make robots faster and smarter at booth 2639.
4D Vision is robotic vision software applied to both guidance and inspection. We teach an AI neural network to understand every aspect of an object.
We run your application through a million simulated cycles to achieve more than 99.99% reliability. This takes the risk of automation away before you spend a dollar on hardware.
AI-powered vision can pick random objects amazingly fast, but it can also sort out objects with very small differences. In this case, the only feature difference between two bolts is the coarseness of their threading. What could this new power do for your sorting or kitting applications?
Automotive manufacturers and metal fabricators face vision challenges with shiny metal parts. With an industry-leading total vision cycle time as low as 0.3 seconds, we can build bin picking cells that exceed human performance, and will work under all light conditions.
Do you need to pick, place or assemble clear and translucent objects? Think of the amazing things you could do with medical devices, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods or injection-molded parts.
AI = ROI when you no longer need fixtures or constant operator attention to feed and unload machines. We're using a Universal Robots cobot to show how you can excel at high-mix, low-volume machining.
We'll be at booth 2639.
You can also find Apera AI systems at the stands of our Certified Partners:
Motion Ai (#1035)
Wauseon Machine (#4439)
Industry-leading total vision cycle time as low as 0.3 seconds. That means you'll get more productivity from your robots.
If a human can see an object, an Apera AI vision system can too. It will work when lighting conditions change, and can even work outside. No specialized lights, lasers or sensors necessary.
Using AI for guidance means robots can work in disordered situations and deal with variability. Objects can be handled with sub-millimeter precision.