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Machine Vision cameras are used in many areas of factory automation, medicine and life sciences, retail, transportation and transportation, and many other applications.
In sports, they support the recording and analysis of video footage with high-resolution images that are capable of capturing the entire event, along with every detail.
In casinos, high-resolution and high-speed cameras help detect fraud and protect huge sums of money. Real-time video data allows fraud attempts to be detected early.
Another area of application is logistics. For example, machine vision cameras protect goods from damage, loss, and theft.
Also in agriculture, camera-based technologies are used to automatically monitor and analyze plant growth.
With our wide portfolio of industrial and network cameras, we offer the right camera for every application.
Many industries have used automation, robots, and networking. Agriculture is no exception. New technologies that are both cost-effective and sustainable are in high demand. In many automated systems, the imaging component is crucial.
Crop cultivation is a wonderful example of where vision technology shines. Nurseries and greenhouses utilize camera-based systems to automatically monitor and analyze plant growth.
Livestock breeding is another outstanding example. Camera-based systems are being used to monitor and analyze automated operations, as well as to assist cut costs and improve efficiency. Milking carousels, sometimes known as milking robots, have cameras embedded into them.
Milking utensils in milking carousels automatically attach to udders using optical sensors, requiring no user intervention. As a result, systems can run continuously, considerably increasing efficiency. Comprehensive data collection aids in the monitoring and improvement of animal health.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones can be used for pest management and harvest control. Harvesting robots are the foundation of automated harvesting and help to considerably boost efficiency, such as when harvesting maize or fruit. Robots can recognize fruit, analyze its ripeness, and control their gripper arm using integrated camera technology and specialized software.
Intelligent warehouse automation with the best price/performance ratio: Reliable and user-friendly
Automation is critical in making intralogistics more efficient and cost-effective, from goods entry to delivery. Basler warehouse automation solutions can help you optimize sorting and picking processes in the distribution center or reduce storage and retrieval times. Use our considerable experience with computer vision systems to improve the speed, accuracy, and efficiency of your logistics.
Our experienced team of software and hardware professionals will deliver the warehouse automation solution adapted particularly to your needs, whether it’s individual vision components or integrated applications.
Basler’s products go through a rigorous quality control process that includes mechanical, electrical, and optical examinations. As a result, we provide little downtime.
High usability and ease of integration
Basler connects systems in a straightforward manner: all components are exactly matched and can be quickly installed using our pylon Camera Software Suite.
Best cost-to-benefit ratio
We can always find a solution for your requirement at the optimum price/performance ratio thanks to our broad assortment of examined and tested items. You only purchase components that you actually require.
Recognizing the item (code recognition) Increased traceability, lower operating expenses due to reduced manual handling, and no data loss
Scanning and categorization of inbound data
Sorting operations improvement, damage prevention, automated and more exact master data gathering and validation, and better storage throughput.
Dimensioning and scanning of outbound materials
Speed and efficiency (truck loading); cheaper transportation costs; confirmation of quality and delivery; loss minimization
Picking and packing robots
Reduced manual labor for monotonous jobs, continuous operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, increased productivity; faster and more accurate picking; better throughput
Palletization and depalletization
Palletizing for accuracy, minimal capacity loss during transportation, and speedier handling of heavy loads (inbound and outbound).
AGV/AMR autonomous transportation
Improved picking process, reduced wasteful time (traveling and seeking in the warehouse), faster cycle times, constant even flow of items, and varied application options for productivity increases with nearly unaltered conditions
Sorting of mail (and parcels)
Increased throughput without sacrificing dependability; manual activities are reduced; order cycle durations are reduced; and special commodities are handled more efficiently (bulky, fragile).
Optimization of packaging
Customized order packaging, lower shipping costs (less air in the box, correct box size), and increased productivity and efficiency.
Sport & Entertainment
No coach, referee, or spectator can match the speed and accuracy of a high-resolution digital camera. As a result, digital cameras have become indispensable in sports and motion analysis. Soccer stadiums, for example, are frequently equipped with high-speed cameras that allow fans to watch slow motion replays of crucial game scenarios that are precise to the last detail.
Security & Surveillance
For many years, video surveillance has been used in a variety of businesses. The introduction of security cameras in banks and financial institutions has greatly reduced the number of bank robberies. When they do occur, however, the possibilities of addressing them are far greater than they were previously. This growth can be attributed in large part to the growing use of security cameras.
Casino video surveillance has always been a difficult task. To acquire high-quality photographs, the lighting conditions demand especially sensitive cameras. The enormous number of cameras required frequently necessitates complicated gear and a lot of storage capacity for image data. Furthermore, several countries’ gambling commissions have severe regulations. These problems can be solved by utilizing the technologies included in current network cameras.
Goods are shipped all over the world in these globalized times. Surveillance cameras have become a staple in logistics and transportation systems to protect them from loss or theft on their trip from the factory to the consumer. In automated distribution centers and packing systems, network cameras are increasingly used for process control.