In order for a robot to pick with accuracy, output of accurate coordinate to guide is required. RobotFinder utilizes ViSCO's proprietary algorithm, GradFinder® for alignment. High detection accuracy is made possible.
All the target may not face the same direction to be picked up. RobotFinder can train/judge top and bottom sides, which is useful for various applications.
The system searches for unique characters or signs to tell which side of a target is facing up, and to accurately judge whether which target can be picked up.
One search to detect multiple inspection targets; detected coordinate can be output via serial/network.
In image processing, left top of an image is set as datum point, however, robot does not always apply the same coordinate rule. VTV-9000 supports coordinate output for a robot that requires its own coordinate system.
Configuration for coordinate
system and detection number
Configure coordinate axis orientation/rotation angle when outputting detected coordinate to robot.
Train search models for top and bottom sides to configure.
Condition of top/bottom side, distance measurement to be used as distance condition, availability of periphery judgment, or threshold value setting as periphery condition can be configured.
Measure distance between targets; judge whether robot can pick targets up or not by checking targets' overlapping or connecting one another.
Robot's pick-up region is checked for any foreign substance or wrong target. The system judges which target Robot can pick up.
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