Automotive

Driven by vision

Within the automotive industry, machine vision has become the eye of production, as Beth Harlen finds out

Vision under the hood

Greg Blackman looks at the vision equipment inspecting car manufacturing lines, a highly automated factory environment and a big user of machine vision

Driving imaging innovation

Jessica Rowbury reports from an automotive session at the Image Sensors conference in London, which included speakers from Valeo Systems, BMW, Melexis and Jaguar Land Rover

Driving production

Rob Coppinger sees the advantages of using vision systems for part inspection throughout the automotive supply chain

Metal heads

Vision systems are used throughout various metal processing tasks, from pressing aluminium parts to automotive welding all the way to shredding scrap metal, as Rob Coppinger discovers

Driving developments

Modern automotive production is highly automated, with robots and machines carrying out complicated tasks at every step of the process. Stephen Mounsey discovers how machine vision makes this automation possible, and how it can trace parts through the entire process

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