Solutions through vision technology
We design artificial vision machines tailored to the quality processes of our customers, we select the most appropriate vision technology for each project, carrying out initial feasibility tests in our laboratory. Our equipment is integrated into the production management systems, reporting in real time the productivity and quality indicators of the production line, providing the following benefits:
We avoid quality issues in the products: We inspect 100% of the production, which allows us to avoid quality issues in the products that in many occasions produce the rejection of a batch of products, avoiding the over costs of destruction, replacement and transport of the defective items.
We automate quality control: We reduce the cost of labour required to perform quality control tasks, and eliminate subjectivity in the inspection criteria. In addition, our technology allows us to detect defects that until now were impossible to detect by the human eye.
We digitize quality and production data: Our equipment captures data from all production, which allows us to obtain information on the quality of the data that allows us to establish objective evaluation criteria for raw material suppliers, and also allows us to improve processes based on the analysis of production data.
Hyperspectral vision technology allows the quality of products to be visualized in the NIR and SWIR spectrum. We perform non-destructive analysis by processing chemical images in real time. Our equipment composes several chemical image models simultaneously and processes them with a patented technology, allowing us to analyze product qualities in line and classify them based on quality criteria.
We integrate high-speed cameras into our inspection equipment, allowing us to monitor processes that occur at a very high speed, such as slicing. Our equipment processes all these images through our patented technology, using software programmed and optimized to run on powerful computer systems, allowing for real-time decision making in line with production processes.
Linear and matrix vision
INSPECTRA integrates line-scan cameras into its inspection equipment by building the images line by line, using a linear sensor, so that the objects move along a conveyor belt with respect to the camera. This technology allows the inspection of any process in the industry, detecting quality failures quickly and efficiently.
INSPECTRA works on the development of technologies for the inspection of the interior of products, having experience in the on-line analysis of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized tomography (CT). This technology allows to evaluate in a food the body composition, fat distribution, salt distribution, water content, muscle structure, verify cooking or freezing processes of meat and fish, cheese curing, humidity in cereals and cookies or ripeness in fruits and vegetables.
In the food industry, it is essential to control the temperature and shape of perishable products in the production process, transport, storage and sale. Through thermographic cameras and artificial vision techniques, the most important temperature control operations can be automated, in such a way that human errors are minimized and objective data is obtained from the process that allows it to be improved and failures to be prevented. We have our own technology for the detection of fever, preventing contagion in concentrations of people and in animal stables.