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Omron Automation manufactures intelligent automation product lines including: industrial robots, mobile robots, and other flexible automation equipment, machine vision and systems, plus software. Omron provides cost-effective robotics systems and services to high-growth markets including Packaged Goods, Life Sciences, Electronics and Semiconductor; as well as traditional industrial markets including machine tool automation and automotive components.

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Aerospace and Agriculture Aerospace , Agriculture , Automotive , Consumer Goods/Appliances , Containers (glass, plastic, metal) , Electronics/Electrical Components , Energy/Solar/Wind Power , Fabricated Metals , Food & Beverage , Glass , Laboratory Equipment & Automation , Medical Devices , Military/Defense , Miscellaneous Manufacturing , Packaging , Pharmaceutical , Plastics , Postal Service , Robotics , Rubber , Semiconductor , Textile/Apparel , and Traffic Systems

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Bar Code/OCR Reading , Component Verification , and In Process Alignment Bar Code/OCR Reading , Component Verification , In Process Alignment , In Process Verification , Material Analysis , Measurement (Non Contact) , Monitoring (Vision-based) , Process Control , Quality Assurance , Surveillance , System Analysis & Verification , System Analysis & Verification , Vision Guidance for Robotics , and Visual Inspection & Testing

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Introduction to Machine Vision, Part 2: Why Use Machine Vision?

POSTED 10/10/2011

This is the second installment in Microscan's educational webinar series on machine vision and its applications. This video overviews the benefits of machine vision, answering questions such as: Why do manufacturers use machine vision? What benefits does machine vision bring to the factory floor? Machine vision can reduce defects, increase yield, track parts on products, and facilitate compliance with regulations - all adding up to cost savings in production.