Get Spot-on FMCG Packaging with Digitally Influenced Defect Detection System 

The packaging on a mass level is prone to defects. Where manual inspection methods are neither practical nor economical, Machine Vision Inspection can deliver more accuracy, speed, and cost-cutting opportunities. Manual inspection is done by human eyes and is susceptible to missing minute details when dealing with copious quantities. Since FMCG production is massive, and packing is supposed to be done simultaneously, it is subject to defects like:  

  • Torn packets.  
  • Irregular labeling/ displaced labels.  
  • Misprinted information/ labels/ logos.  
  • Inaccurate bar codes on the product.  
  • Loose bottle caps.  
  • Broken bottles.  
  • Improper pasting.  
  • The irregular spectrum of colors.  
  • Inconsistent results.  

By inspecting them through eyes, you are most likely to miss any of them. Moreover, manual Defect Detection in Manufacturing is a labor-intensive and expensive task. It leaves less free floor space for the workers, and there is always a risk of bumping into one another and getting into petty fights.  

Sometimes eyes are unable to monitor similar colors due to constantly looking at the same place for a long time. Additionally, humans can pay constant attention at one point for a specific time. After that, they need little breaks to gain better attention. However, this is not the case with Visual Quality Inspection. It is a digitally influenced quality inspection approach that ensures accurate monitoring fast demanding the least human interference.  

Which Machine Vision System Delivers Accurate Packaging Defect Detection? 

Trident’s Machine Vision Inspection, also known as Vision Intelligence System (VIS) is one of the best Visual Defect Detection Software so far. It is specifically designed for manufacturers and specializes in detecting packaging defects with low to no human interference.  

Dimensional Quality  

This Machine Vision Application ensures that the dimensions of your packets, boxes, bottles, etc. are of standard-dimensional quality. Until the acceptable range, it lets the product pass through. However, as soon as the deviation exceeds the set measurements, it flashes an alert on the monitor.  

Packaging and Labeling