Intelligent algorithms for a better visual inspection 10 June 2024

DOSS Visual Solution Srl, a leader in the design and production of inspection systems for the quality check of precision metal components, is constantly committed to supporting customers with new and performing solutions.

DOSS’ solutions are able to measure and control numerous product characteristics, including shape, size, colour, firmness, edge/contour defects, cracks and holes, flatness, surface distribution – via 2D technology, as well as able to perform a complete reconstruction of peripherical view.

The possibility of connecting a very large number of cameras; of customising the lighting system; and the complete configurability of the acquisition and processing software; allows DOSS’ solutions to offer very high system flexibility – guaranteeing the possibility of addressing all industrial control problems with a single artificial vision system. 

In an effort to improve quality and efficiency of the machine settings, as well as to make the batch change and maintenance operations easier, DOSS has developed some new functions that help make the vision inspection systems have an even stronger performance, amongst them Artificial Intelligence and Multishot. 

“During the recent wire® show in Düsseldorf, Germany, we showed the result of this important technical effort, through a demo of our top machine the DS PRO, which touched on some crucial aspects of visual control, among which the regulation of light intensity and speed of the automation,” underlines DOSS. “The machine, with high computing power, is ready to welcome new developed algorithms, developed with Artificial Intelligence models, which have been validated and approved. Here we go beyond the concept of Industry 5.0, we are already at the interconnection aimed at completely delegating machine jobs to machines, those in which the human operator would not add any value.”

The Multishot technology introduced by DOSS allows an image acquisition of the same part at very high-speed, with different light conditions, by using the same vision unit. This results in a straightforward management of the machine, without being compelled to find a unique ideal light condition to detect the majority of the defects. 

“The hardware features allow us to obtain, with a sole camera, results that were previously only possible with several cameras,” reports DOSS. “Experienced operators that are used to working with multiple cameras are delighted that they can now get the same results with one single unit.”


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