Scouring through the shelves of a grocery section of a departmental store, you are greeted with an array of beautifully packaged products. Each vying for attention with their perfect labelling, branding and commercial presentation.
And suddenly, you spot a bottle of ketchup with the label slapped across its circumference in a haphazardly shoddy way. Not a pretty sight, eh? You shake your head in disgust and move away from the aisle ignoring the rest of the bottles from the same brand.
You’d rather pick up a product which garners more trust. After all, if the manufacturer has overlooked a small detail such as the product presentation, what is the guarantee that he would have looked into the finer details of the actual product quality that he’s selling in the bottle?
As a manufacturer one needs to be aware that such seemingly tiny carelessness can amount to colossal dents in their business. The consumer nowadays demands a value for each penny they pay. Their expectations are not limited to only the quality of the actual product. The entire perception of the quality of the product is dictated by how consistently and smartly it has been presented. It includes minute details of the product packaging like the shape, size and material of the container, the labelling, branding and logo, the product information provided on the package and also the way it has been sealed, to name a few.
Seems like quite a bit a detailing, right? Thankfully, technology has made it easy for us to monitor and control these finer nuances that can take your product to next level of perfect commercial presentation. Machine vision has made it possible to conduct stringent quality checks and provide the necessary corrective measures to avoid any possible glitches throughout the finishing process of your manufacturing and packaging.
According to Wikipedia, Machine vision (MV) is the technology and methods used to provide imaging-based automatic inspection and analysis for such applications as automatic inspection, process control, and robot guidance, usually in industry.
Shubham’s Vision Inspection System is a technology to check completeness and correctness of any finished/semi-finished products through image processing. It can be applied for automated online inspection process or offline inspection process.
This miracle of technology is a dream come true for the Food and Beverage industries. When it comes to packaging and monitoring the quality checks of FMCG products, there’s a lot of minute detailing that goes into process of production to the product finally landing on the shelves of the stores.
Vision Inspection System makes it a smooth process to ensure that each product that ends up in the hand of the consumer, has gone through the most stringent checks and delivers the promise of quality to discerning customer. No wonder it is now widely used by the food and beverage industry honchos, who are now reaping the benefits of providing their customers with their perfect products.