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Adaptive Vision

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Adaptive Vision (B5.107) will present its deep learning-based software tools. The new module makes it possible to classify input images as accepted or rejected with no programming. Everything can be done with easy-to-use graphical editors designed for convenient execution of the training process.

Adaptive Vision offers a deep learning add-on together with its flagship product Adaptive Vision Studio, a data flow-based software designed for machine vision engineers, which has been on the market for more than 10 years.

The first product to be presented will be the feature detection tool. It uses supervised training, whereby the user needs to label pixels corresponding to defects on training images. Another tool on display will be anomaly detection, which works by training with samples representing correct objects so that the software can then detect deviations. Finally, the object classification tool will be shown, which classifies images into pre-defined classes.

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