Our vision systems solutions
Custom integration with your production line
Solution adapted to your installations
Our qualified personnel can integrate inspection systems adapted to your current equipment to achieve your automation objectives without the inconvenience of a complete restructuring of your production line.
Autonomous inspection station
Our automated inspection stations identify and eject defective products from your production line before they move on to the next stage to minimize wasted time and money. We can provide detailed specifications for all system components to ensure an efficient installation and configuration fully tailored to your needs.
System compliant with government standards
Reduce your exposure liability
Our Cognex integrators ensure your vision system complies with industry regulations and federal standards. We design, implement and support Cognex vision applications for customers from a wide range of diverse industries. We partner with you to deliver measurable value by helping you improve the efficiency of your operations.
Applications for our vision systems
Automate inspection processes
Our machine vision systems can be used to verify assemblies and components, detect missing or damaged parts, locate items in a retail store, read barcodes and recognize stop signs. By using computer vision, we can provide customers with high-precision automated inspection solutions that cost less than half the price of traditional labor-intensive inspection methods.
Mechanical axis power steering
Our industrial vision systems can be used to control mechanical axes, detect movements as well as positioning errors. All errors are displayed in real time on your interface using an easy to interpret graphical representation. Our vision systems can provide relevant information about an object's position and give feedback from an external sensor.
Solution powered by industry-leading technologies
3D and 2D vision systems
Cognex In-Sight Series
Cognex In-Sight 2D machine vision systems are unmatched in their ability to inspect, identify and guide parts. These stand-alone, industrial-grade vision systems combine a library of advanced vision tools with high-speed image acquisition and processing. A wide range of models, including line scan and color systems, meets most price and performance requirements.
Cognex Dataman series
Cognex DataMan fixed-mount barcode readers deliver unmatched 1D and 2D code reading performance. State-of-the-art technology, processing power, modularity and ease of use make DataMan barcode readers the ideal solution for demanding manufacturing and logistics applications.
Machine vision sensors
Cognex In-Sight Mini series
Cognex In-Sight 2000 vision sensors enable simple, reliable inspections with powerful vision tools, modular lighting and optics, and an easy-to-use setup environment. By reducing defects and increasing throughput, Cognex vision sensors help manufacturers streamline operations and increase profitability.
DataMan 280 Series
DataMan 370 series
In-Sight 2000 Vision Sensors
Insight 2800 Series
Cognex DataMan 150/260 series
In-Sight 7000 Series
DataMan 470 series
Cognex DataMan 70 series
In-Sight 2000 Mini Vision Sensors
Dataman 8050 Series
Dataman 260 Series
Dataman 8600 Series
Dataman 7500 Series
Dataman 300 Series
Dataman 8700 Series
Cognex Dataman Series
Dataman 8500 Series
Dataman 374 Series
Dataman 500 Series
Dataman 50-60 Series
Dataman 150 Series
Dataman 8000 Series
Dataman barcode scanner
Cognex Dataman 360 Serie
Frequently asked questions about our vision systems
frequently asked Questions
What are vision systems?
A machine vision system is an automated visual inspection machine used to capture and analyze images to recognize defects, classify products or materials, and automatically inspect objects. Machine vision integrates multiple systems that together can be used in many applications such as quality control, automated guided vehicles, and assembly systems.
What are the different types of vision systems?
There are different types of machine vision systems, depending on the type of camera and how the system is used. Machine vision can use different types of cameras, including digital cameras, standard analog cameras, and linescan cameras. The type of camera and how it is used determines the types of processing needed after the camera captures an image.
How does a vision system works?
A machine vision system is a device specifically designed to detect objects, measure their attributes and shape, or determine the location or orientation of those objects. To perform these tasks, a machine vision system needs three components: an image capture device with lenses and filters; an image processing unit for converting the images into meaningful information; and finally, an output display to show you the results. Most machine vision systems also have some type of computer interface (eg Ethernet) so that they can be connected to other devices such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or industrial PCs.
Which industries uses vision systems?
Machine vision systems are used in many industries, including industrial manufacturing, medical imaging devices, automated guided vehicles, safety equipment, and robotics. Most industrial applications use vision systems to solve a specific problem in various industries.