Radiant Introduces First Complete Visual Inspection Solution for Illuminated Symbols at Vision Spectra Conference
Visual inspection experts from Radiant Vision Systems present at the Vision Spectra conference with “The Ultimate Vision System for Backlit Components: Light, Color and Defect Detection in One”, on tuesday july 19 of 7:30-8:00 a.m. EDT.
REDMOND, Wash., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Radiant Vision Systems, a leading provider of automated visual inspection solutions for illuminated components, announces that it will be presenting at Vision Spectra 2022, a free virtual conference bringing together leaders in computer vision to present a range of educational sessions over three days from July 19-21, 2022. Radiant Inspection Experts, Matt Scholz and Chris Williamsonwill kick off the conference with the presentation “The Ultimate Vision System for Backlit Components: Light, Color, and Defect Detection in One”, broadcast on tuesday july 19 of 7:30-8:00 a.m. EDT (1:30 p.m. CEST). Registrants will be able to access this and all other presentations throughout the event online and thereafter on demand, as well as speaker-led Q&A sessions.
Vision Spectra, a title of Photonics Media (http://www.photonics.com), is a source of content designed specifically for the machine vision community. The title features rich content of real-world vision-in-action case studies as well as comprehensive feature articles and columns from experts in the field. The Vision Spectra conference brings together more than 30 speakers from leading machine vision organizations around the world to showcase new technologies and ideas that are transforming the industry. Conference tracks include Inspection and AI, Warehouse and Logistics, Vision-Guided Robotics, Components, and Cameras and Sensors.
Part of the Inspection & AI track, Radiant’s presentation “The Ultimate Vision System for Backlit Components: Light, Color, and Defect Detection in One” will tackle a unique inspection challenge where properties photometric and dimensional defects influence the quality of a component in the same way. From automotive panels and avionics to LED-lit controls and accents, backlit components must be inspected to ensure accurate brightness, color, uniformity, size, position, and completeness. Traditionally, inspecting all grades of a back-illuminated component required either expensive custom solutions or a combination of systems, one optimized for light measurement and the other for dimensional and comprehensive inspection.
“Photometric systems such as colorimeters, photometers and spectrometers are designed to provide very precise scientific measurements of light based on how the human eye perceives it,” explains the presenter. Matt Scholz. “Radiant Vision Systems has specialized in these types of light metering systems for over 30 years. Historically, the number and variety of symbols in backlit components has presented a challenge for photometric systems to perform effective metering. An accurate understanding of the overall brightness, color, and uniformity of an illuminated region requires recording its exact shape to isolate the measurement area. This recording also provides a template for visual inspection systems to use to detect inaccurate or incomplete areas of the region, caused either by faulty etching of the symbol or by improper illumination.The most effective solution adds advanced recording capability to a photometric measurement platform to enable inspection complete coverage of areas backlit by a single vision system.No system of this type existed until now.Radiant is therefore very fortunate them to demonstrate the capabilities of our solution.
Introducing Leading Radiant is Sales Director Matt Scholz and sales manager Chris Williamson. With over 10 years of experience in metrology applications, Scholz has a fundamental understanding of the growing challenges in the industries from automotive to electronics, including increasing performance and quality control of displays, lighting and illuminated components. Scholz leads a strategic group of sales professionals to support automated visual inspection projects worldwide, from development to deployment. Within the Scholz team, Williamson works across multiple application and product groups to implement solutions that address the unique challenges of display and light measurement. He traveled through North America, Asiaand Europejoining engineers and manufacturers directly in their facilities to understand how Radiant solutions can meet needs in the field.
The full Vision Spectra conference is free. Online sessions can be viewed live during the event dates (July 19-21) and then on request. Registration is open at events.photonics.com/Event.aspx and Radiant’s presentation can be viewed at events.photonics.com/Presentation.aspx?EID=7&PID=292&OC=OM. More information about Radiant Vision Systems can be found at http://www.RadiantVisionSystems.com.
About Radiant Vision Systems
Radiant Vision Systems works with world-class brands and manufacturers to provide creative visual inspection solutions that improve quality, reduce costs and increase customer satisfaction. Radiant’s heritage of technology innovation in photometric imaging and the global install base stretches back more than 30 years and spans applications ranging from consumer electronics to automotive manufacturing. Radiant Vision Systems product lines include TrueTest™ automated visual inspection software for quality control, as well as ProMetric® imaging colorimeters, photometers and light source measurement systems. Radiant is headquartered in Redmond, WashingtonUnited States, with strategic offices in California, Michigan, China, South Koreaand Vietnam. Radiant has been part of Konica Minolta’s detection business unit for August 2015. For more information, visit http://www.RadiantVisionSystems.com.
Shaina WarnerRadiant Vision Systems, 425-284-0587, [email protected]
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