Reshape Your Quality Process with Vision Intelligence System

Since the manufacturing sector in the Indian economy counts about 17% at current, it indeed is prominent. However, Manufacturers, these days are mounted with tremendous pressure to provide quality as well as speedy production. If done in silos, it can be time-consuming, especially the quality check part, which demands more labor as compared to a Vision Intelligence System.  

Quality control is what many manufacturers struggle with. The traditional belief of quality check as a labor-intensive task blocks the countless opportunities crossing their paths. These days, one of the key issues contributing to the issue is a labor shortage. This pandemic has driven the gap to the next level, mounting existing employees with additions to the scope of their jobs assigned.   

Other than this, traditional quality inspections might come up with issues like: 

  • Monitoring different parts and materials makes it harder to handle quality control for complicated products 
  • Inability to identify the distinct spectrum of colors.  
  • Human eyes might miss minute errors like small scratches, dust particles, and so on.  
  • Lack of resources and time might compromise product quality. 

What is a Vision Intelligence System, and How Does it Work? 

Vision Intelligence System is a product designed by Trident Information Systems specifically for manufacturers. It automatically detects product defects like scratches, dust particles, broken pieces, etc. straight from the conveyor belt with least or no human interference. But how does it work? 

  • Our computer vision engineers first understand the issue/customer requirements.  
  • Then they collect data in the form of images, followed by developing algorithms and models.  
  • They then test the hypothesis / validate the models.  

  • After testing and finalizing every step they either offer POC (Proof of Concept) or proceed for onsite implementation (according to the customer’s requirement). 

Trident’s Vision Intelligence System Covers seven industries, i.e., automotive, retail and FMCG, packaging and printing, pharmaceutical, glass, laminate, and cement.  

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