Protect your brand and provide warranty protection against claims. Automatically save Ultra HD photos of all your products, before they leave your factory.
Storing an image record of every product manufactured is now a critical tool in the modern production process, providing front line brand and warranty protection based on time-stamped photos in case of later warranty claims.
Automatic image archiving enables all the scanned images to be stored onto the system hard drive automatically without operator intervention. Easily recall your full production photos or view images of individual products before they left your facility.
We capture and record every product before it leaves your door. Leave nothing to chance, in case of customer queries you can quickly and easily send your customer a photo of their products during the manufacturing process, or as part of the final inspection process.
Save photos against part, serial and lot numbers for exact recall and warranty protection. Find and recall the exact product at the time it went through production. Benefit from our experience in automated vision inspection systems to deliver superior image quality.
System interfaces to your existing factory information system through industrial ethernet, allowing photo saving directly to your servers or clouds. Integrate with line PLC and control systems on the shop floor, allowing seamless integration into your production flow.
Explore some of the key features and benefits of using IVS photo capture systems
20 Mega-pixel Photo Save. Stunning ultra HD images with accurate colour rendition allows you to save a record of every product prior to shipping. It’s like have a professional photographer available 24/7, 365 days a year taking a photo of every product you manufacture. Never leave a claim to chance again. Photographic evidence provides you with the ability to prove quality as the product was made, or prior to leaving your factory.
See Every Angle. Up to 30 cameras on a single system provides 360-degree coverage for even the largest products. Instant image delivery by secure feed. From small components, through to the largest mega assemblies – we see everything, from all sides. 20 mega-pixel ultra-crisp imagery capturing all elements of your product, allowing precise zooming of the image for specific details by operators and technicians. It’s intuitive and simple-to-use touch screen paired with its 360-degree image views, makes inspection easier and faster.
Complete Automatic Operation. Providing lights-out, 24-hour image save. Automatic capture requiring no operator interaction. Retrieve archived images with ease with our user-friendly GUI. Export images via USB stick or transfer directly over your factory ethernet. Enhanced and comprehensive archive management allows images to be available for viewing whenever they are needed.
See what’s happening on the production flow. IVS systems allow you to build up data on how operators or personnel are performing. By reviewing specific photos from date and times you have evidence of build quality at each stage of your manufacturing process. It provides the highest resolution image quality, pairing production schedules with photo saving – leave your automated production running, safe in the knowledge that images are automatically saved of the complete build process.
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In manufacturing, quality control is a process that ensures customers receive products and components free from defects and meet their needs in terms of the specification agreed upon. If the quality is wrong, it can put customers, consumers and the end user at risk. As an example, a recent defect found in Takata airbags resulted in the biggest automotive recall in production history. The recall included almost 69 million airbag inflators and may cost billions of pounds. The recall will last until the end of 2019 and take until well into 2020 to complete.
Major recalls like this tough can be prevented through effective quality control in manufacturing. Some common tools used to support quality control and production engineering quality include:
Producing components, sub-assemblies, products and parts in mass volume invariably means the manufacturer will get a query regarding product quality at some point in the manufacturing process. Normally this occurs once the product arrives at the customer site and this is where the discussions become tricky. Without evidence of the actual product quality as a final inspection prior to it leaving the factory the manufacturer and the customer can get into a discussion regarding where the blame lies. By automatically photographing at Ultra HD the product at the final inspection, combined with a data and time stamp and serial number recall – the manufacturer can provide factual evidence of what the product looked like prior to shipping. For example, if a scratch, blemish, missing part, dent, label missing or part orientation is wrong, all can be seen in the photo prior to shipping to prove it left in a high-quality state.