Isra Vision says that its MONO2½D- an MONO3D ‘Touch & Automate‘ sensors will now be equipped with embedded technology to speed up scanning times. The company says it is preparing a generation of connective sensors that can be navigated with smartphones or tablets and offer easy usability.
It’s claimed these sensors will also be able to connect to a sensor network for communication with each other or data bases and will be able to receive updates via Wi-Fi to adapt to their respective tasks.
The company says that by determining the object’s distance and its rotation around the vertical axis (MONO2½D) or all the spatial dimensions including all rotations (MONO3D), the sensors allow for automated execution of pick and place tasks and 3D object recognition. Both systems use contour based detection.