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3D robot vision from Scorpion Vision at PPMA Show

Scorpion 3D robot visionAt the PPMA Show 2014, Scorpion Vision – a leader in 3D robot vision guidance – will highlight its Scorpion 3D Stinger technology that is used for real-time 3D robot vision and other demanding machine vision applications. The Scorpion 3D Stinger RPP Camera provides the basis for robust and reliable 3D robot vision solutions.

The Scorpion 3D Stinger 3D robot vision system solves many problems that other vision systems can’t. The video above  highlights the capability of the Scorpion 3D Stinger in demanding applications for 3D robot vision, in this case the picking of metal parts.

The Scorpion 3D Stinger Camera is designed to be used in cutting-edge stereo 3D robot vision and other machine vision applications with or without structured light. It is compatible with the latest 3D version of Scorpion Vision Software and locates moving objects in 3D in real-time, vital for demanding 3D robot vision applications.

The 3D robot vision technology is used in many application areas but offers particular benefits to the food industry where non-uniform products can be challenging for robot picking systems. The standard Stinger 3D robot vision unit, with a nominal weight of 3.5 kg, can be readily mounted on a robot.

In addition to 3D robot vision, the Scorpion 3D Stinger is suitable for use in 3D Laser Triangulation, 3D Gauging, 3D Assembly Verification and other advanced Machine Vision Solutions. The components that make up the 3D robot vision system are selected with the highest quality.

With a wide customer base, the Scorpion 3D Stinger is proven technology for 3D robot vision, delivering return on investment for many customers.

Visit the Scorpion Vision website for more information on 3D robot vision.

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