Vision helps steer the automotive industry

December 2003
Vision Systems Design;Dec2003, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p15
Discusses how vision can help steer the automotive industry. Ways in which Ford uses machine vision; Changes within the automobile-manufacturing operations of Ford; Most important performance criteria when qualifying a system.


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