Where can it be applied?
The applications and benefits of using Computer Vision are numerous, with the following examples standing out:
It is possible to locate from protection elements on people to installations from satellite photos.
Enabled cameras can monitor personnel within a controlled environment to determine entry to restricted areas, the amount of time spent on site and the number of people on site.
With analysis of up to thousands of images per hour, anomalies can be detected, cells, fibers or any other elements can be identified, sorted and counted. They can even be performed in real time.
Thermal and other spectral cameras can be used to analyze and detect defects in industrial installations and machinery of all types.
It is possible to classify objects in different degrees of deterioration or maturity to discard them in a production line in real time, or massively, through batch processes. This is achieved by applying Deep Learning to image detection.
Troubleshooting to focus predictive maintenance effort on those areas of greatest need, thus helping to plan in-plant work orders.
Damage localization and classification of the level of damage, to identify the parts that make up the damage for subsequent automation of the repair cost evaluation.
Automation of the measurement of distances between 2 objects, to check compliance with regulations or to measure the volume of a truck load.