One can define the visual inspection systems as machines that offer image-based automated inspection for one’s own comfort for a wide variety of manufacturing as well as industrial applications. Although this has not emerged to be a new technology, the 3D, as well as 2D vision machine systems, are also commonly made use of for the purpose of automated inspection, quality control, robot guidance as well as for sorting, along with many more.
There is no doubt that these inspection systems are at high par, and possess intelligence that is unmatched to the other alternatives present in the market. They also come along with a camera or in some cases, multiple cameras along with even lighting and video. These visual systems have the ability to measure parts as well as verifying parts to check if they are in the right position or not, another purpose of the system is to be able to identify the shapes of the parts. They are also capable of sorting as well as measuring parts at incredibly high speeds. With the help of computer software, one can process the images that have been captured whilst the process is carried out and one is trying to get the measure of for the capturing of the data.