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Founded as Machine Vision Company (MVC) in 2002 and headquartered just outside Boston MA and with offices in Austin TX, VAIA Technologies is a full service machine vision, automation and robotics systems integrator providing turnkey vision solutions, custom machine builds, vision consulting in support of manufacturing and OEMs across a wide range of industries. The company was rebranded and renamed to VAIA Technologies in 2017 to better reflect our full range of offerings and capabilities: Vision, Automation, Integration, Analytics. Differentiated by an extensive in-house software development and engineering expertise, VAIAs systems have been successfully deployed nationwide and internationally to over 300 clients including many Fortune 500 clients. VAIA specializes in conceptualizing, designing installing and maintaining solutions that address most difficult of issues. Our engineers are highly skilled at identifying and deploying the correct technology for each project. As well as being a leading US based Cognex Partner System Integrator (PSI), we also have years of experience integrating technology from Keyence, Halcon, Allen Bradley, Fanuc, Opto Engineering and others.

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Foil Lid Inspection System by VAIA Technologies

POSTED 12/19/2017

VAIA Technologies, LLC (VAIA) designed, developed, and integrated a Foil Lid Inspection System to provide automated inspection of pre-printed foil lids on individual cups. The primary inspection requirements are: ? Lid Seal Inspection ? Lid Centering on the Cup Flange ? Pinhole Detection in the Foil ? Lid Identification The Foil Lid Inspection System is positioned over an existing conveyor to acquire images of each cup as it passes through each of the 3 inspection stations. This is