Save a record of every product before delivery thanks to our stunning ultra HD photos with exact colour rendition. It’s the equivalent of having a professional photographer on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to capture every product you make.
Never again leave a claim to chance. Photographic evidence allows you to ensure quality while the product is being manufactured or before it leaves your business.
Our systems can store data for many years, allowing you to keep track of every product that leaves your facility for years to come. Your engineers can handle warranty claims swiftly and efficiently.
Manufacturers are increasingly relying on vision technologies to archive images during the manufacturing process. In the modern production line, having a simple image record archive of every product manufactured, tagged with the serial number, date, time, and batch number, is now a useful tool.
IVS offers multi-camera image archiving and recording vision systems that capture all aspects of the manufacturing line at all hours of the day. Images and data may be recalled in the event of quality complaints from customers, giving you peace of mind and information to present to your customers, verifying the state of the products as they left your plant.
Every angle of each product can be captured and recorded. Even the largest products are covered 360 degrees. We offer secure, real-time image distribution.
Our vision systems autonomously archive images around the clock. Ensure your production is safeguarded and contact our experts today
For exact recall and warranty protection, save images against part, serial, and lot numbers. Find and recall the specific product that was manufactured at the time.
Capture and record every angle of every product. A single system with up to 30 cameras provides 360-degree coverage for even the largest products. We provide secure image delivery in real-time. From every angle, we see everything, from the smallest components to gigantic mega assemblies. 20 mega-pixel ultra-crisp imaging captures all aspects of your product, allowing operators and technicians to zoom in on specific details. With its intuitive and simple-to-use touch screen and 360-degree image views, inspection is made easier and faster.
The operation is fully automated. Providing 24-hour image storage even when the lights are turned out. There is no need for the operator to intervene in the capture process. Our user-friendly interface makes retrieving old images simple. Images can be exported to a USB stick or instantly transferred over your factory ethernet. Images may be viewed anytime they are needed thanks to improved and extensive archival management.
Take a look at what’s going on in the production line. IVS systems enable you to collect data on how operators and staff perform. You may demonstrate build quality at each level of your production process by evaluating specific images from specified dates and hours. It combines production scheduling with photo saving to give the highest resolution image quality – leave your automated production running knowing that images of the entire build process are automatically recorded.
Quality control is a procedure in manufacturing that assures consumers receive defect-free products and components that match their needs according to the agreed-upon specifications. Customers, consumers, and the end-user may be at danger if the quality is poor. Poor quality and out-of-spec components can lead to recalls. However, major recalls can be avoided by using adequate quality control throughout the production process.
Producing components, subassemblies, products, and parts in large quantities almost always results in a product quality complaint at some stage during the production process. This usually happens when the goods arrive at the customer’s location. Without proof of the product’s true quality at a final inspection, before it leaves the factory, there are no grounds to discuss where the blame lies.
By using image arching solutions, the manufacturer can offer verifiable documentation of what the product looked like before delivery by automatically photographing it in Ultra HD at the last inspection, together with a date and time stamp and serial number recall.