What is Computer Vision

Computer Vision, also known as Image Analysis, is one of our main specializations.

It is an ultra modern technology which has only been fully developed in recent years. It is based on a computer video analysis in real time when images for analysis are supplied by one or more cameras. The possibilities of this technology are nearly unlimited and they reach into various areas. The list of industries where computer imaging is used gradually extends, as clients discover indisputable advantages of this technology.

The main areas where computer imaging can be used are controlling, automation, recognition and precise measuring. We can find specific examples for example in product package damage control at an assembly line, belt material distribution automation, or colour/smoke recognition in automated premises surveillance. Precise measuring is necessary for example when producing printing filaments for 3D printers where it is necessary for the quality of the subsequent printing to have all filaments of exactly the same size. The technology of computer imaging analyses or measures anything that is captured by a camera. Later, based on the assessment; it automatically sends an instruction for a following requested action.