The use of a wide variety of 3D techniques enables precise positioning of a wide range of objects as well as their verification against a "golden sample" or a CAD-model. Especially in the field of robotics, 3D image processing is the basis for detecting and gripping components or monitoring robot-based processes.
Self-calibrated stereo systems for flexible volume measurements from 10mm x 10mm to 800m x 600m x 400m at high accuracy and fast calculations, e.g. 1m x 1.3m x 3.2m measurement volume with 0.5mm accuracy and <8s calculation time
3D volume detection of 'piles' of all kinds (soil, sand, waste, metal, stones)
2D/3D classification of stones on conveyor belts
3D position monitoring, feedback for positioning objects in large milling machines
Position recognition of objects (metal, plastic, wood, plaster) in 2D or 3D for robot control
Recognition of thread positions on brake discs including transmission to robots for automatic tire assembly on a conveyor belt
High-precision position detection of large boards and panels on trolleys
Depth- and volume measurement of pores and holes in fire protection bricks
3D camera technology supports automated wall production of prefabricated houses
Presentation Patrick Gailer, phil-vision at VISION Days 2021
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