Smart cameras and HMI inspect labels

Masi, C. G.
March 2004
Vision Systems Design;Mar2004, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p27
Provides information on the use of a human-machine interface (HMI) with networked vision processing from R&D Tool and Engineering Inc. in a label-inspection system for pharmaceutical companies. Key features of the technology; Advantages of the system in package printing; Benefits of the touch-screen technology in the HMI in managing production problems. INSETS: Features, advantages, benefits;Company Info.


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