PASSIONATE ENGINEERS WHO DESIGN AND BUILD CHALLENGING VISION SYSTEMS
VISIONGEEK GIVES MACHINES EYES AND LET YOU SEE NEW POSSIBILITIES
The domain of vision technology is broad, complex and constantly evolving. The added value of a vision system that is coherent designed, from observing till deciding is indisputable. Knowledge and creativity are the key words.
Visiongeek helps companies to invent and build vision systems that are optimally tailored to each unique problem. We have the people and a specific method that ensures that you, regardless of your level of knowledge about vision technology, get everything out from what vision technology has to offer.
What is vision technology?
Vision technology is a collective name for a set of technologies which allow building a system that captures the light and process it (through image analysis and data reduction) to get a reproducible (automated) decision or a value judgment out of it. Vision technology gives machines ‘eyes’ and then forward his decision or judgment to other machines, such as robot operating systems, or information systems, such as for example a monitoring or surveillance system.
Where vision technology is applied for?
Vision technology is mainly used in industrial environments to:
- reduce production costs
- reduce defective products
- protect the consumer and the brand image
- comply with better quality and safety standards
- detect moving objects and/or inspect them
The processed data control automation and leads to process improvements.
What is the added value of Visiongeek?
Vision technology uses light and optics, image formation, image sensors, camera techniques, signal transmission and computer science. By releasing all possible (partial) solutions and combinations on the problem before making choices about components, we come to vision systems that go further and are more effective and more stable. This vision determines the structure of our organization and the competences of our employees.
What is the Visiongeek method?
To create a sustainable vision system you need knowledge of the underlying technologies. The exchange of knowledge with the academic world and permanent training ensure we follow every evolution closely and see constantly new possibilities. In our projects we inform our customers about these possibilities at the start, so they can contribute ideas in the creative process. The different potential solutions are tested in the lab and finally in your company. We have a specific working method how we come step by step, together with the customer, from creation to implementation. You can read more about it in the column ‘Vision and method’.
GET MORE OUT OF VISION TECHNOLOGY
By releasing all possible (partial) solutions and combinations on the problem before making choices about components, we come to vision systems that go further and that are more effective and more stable.
Everything starts with studying and analysing your processes to determine which optimizations are desirable. We share our knowledge and insights which shows you new possibilities. At this stage we don’t think initially from the possibilities and/or limitations of vision technological components or prebuilt solutions. The goal is to achieve a defined problem and objective, as well as defining a potential feasible project.
A combined project team (customer-Emsys) due to a project-based PMBOK-approach ensure that the realization is proceeding according the timing and the budget. More about it can be read under ‘Vision and method’.
We offer a standard agreement to maintain your vision system. But we also offer an ‘Improvement Pack’ and a ‘Performance Pack’. Because it is always possible to improve or expand a system but based on captured data we can also optimize the performance. You can find additional information under the heading ‘Vision and method’.
THE VISIONGEEK METHOD
We want every company getting more out of vision technology from the beginning. The Visiongeek method is based on the following pillars:
- Independent study office
- Sharing knowledge
- Exploring solutions
- Testing and measuring
- Methodical project approach
- Reliable components
- Connecting the academic and business world