Optical measurement is used for quality control in a growing number of applications and complements tactile measurement. With 100% inspection of process-relevant geometric features (eg holes, bolts, edges) of all parts within the production cycle time – combined with immediate feedback and visualisation of measurement data and tolerance measurement – full control of production is possible.
ZEISS is a solutions provider for inline-measurement of car bodies based on usage of off-the-shelf industrial robots. By optical inspection, the safety process and also productivity is increased – within the cycle-time. Thus maximum quality is delivered to end customers – ideally without slowing down the production process.
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This webinar is presented by:
Dr Kai-Udo Modrich
Kai holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Stuttgart. He is the managing director at Carl Zeiss Automated Inspection GmbH & Co. KG. Prior to this he was managing director at holometric in Essingen.
Michael has an MBA in international marketing management from the ESB Business School Reutlingen University. He also holds a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) in automation from Reutlingen University. Michael is a senior product manager for Carl Zeiss Automated Inspection based in Öhringen. Prior to this he was director of new technology and international sales at HGV Vosseler.
About Carl Zeiss
ZEISS is a solutions provider for in-line measuring technology and vision-based quality inspection systems in the automotive and manufacturing industries.
In addition to scalable 2D image processing systems – from the smart camera and embedded vision systems to PC-based multicamera solutions – ZEISS delivers robot-based 3D sensors for car body production.
Integral and intelligent software solutions link the measuring lab to the production testing systems, deliver quality statuses in real time and generate decentralised visualisations and reports for the fast initiation of measures and production decisions.