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Automate 2013: With Robeye Seeing is Believing for a Robot
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Recognition Robotics takes only the “expensive” out of precision vision systems
By Phil Britt


Typical robotic camera recognition is a time consuming process that can be improved by using a more human-like process , according to Joe Cyrek, vice president of Recognition Robotics.

Machine vision will look at an object as it comes into its field of vision, calibrate the pixels and the distance, and then will use that information to recognize the next object, Cyrek explained. That’s a time consuming process that depends on the object to be recognized coming through the same way every time.

Calibration is a time-consuming process that depends on the object to be recognized coming through the same way every time.

However, if the object,…

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