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Acrovision will show how, more frequently, vision applications need item-handling to optimise the image acquisition process. Acrovision will also demonstrate vision technology for collaborative robots.

Vision can be used to guide a robot, provide component position data for pick-and-place applications, or inspect a product by moving a camera on a robot arm. Acrovision can now supply a family of robots for different requirements. The key advantage of using collaborative robots is that they have inherent safety features that enable them to work alongside humans.

The guide-to-teach function of cobots enables quick and easy programming, and they can be integrated easily into existing production systems or re-deployed to another application.