Pays close attention to details, analyzes the surface to find subtle defects and flaws, controls technological processes
provides a real solution to "unreal" problems
minimizes human error
cuts costs by detecting defects and downtime
offers real-time flaw detection analytics
Vmx Dequs is a video analytic solution for product quality control. The system uses computer vision technology, carefully scanning the surface of the product and identifying the smallest details, like scuffs, scratches, tiny surface changes, cracks, and holes. You can set a norm surface by which defects will be considered as deviations from the norm, whether it be seams, color, or shape. Dequs can also classify products and defects according to specified characteristics. At the production site, Vmx Dequs identifies the causes of defects and helps to minimize them until defective products have been completely eliminated from the production process.
Vmx Dequs is used to observe breakdowns in technological processes, i.e. to detect in a timely manner steam, smoke, depressurization, leaks, sparks, changes in color, or equipment malfunctions. It then triggers an alarm. Disabled screens with camera images signal to the operator that everything is in order at the factory. When Vmx Dequs detects an incident, it turns on the corresponding operator display with real-time video. This helps to quickly respond to emergency situations, minimize human error, and significantly reduce downtime.
Vmx Dequs controls both breakdowns and the normal process flow, eliminating costly production downtime. The video analytics system tirelessly monitors the operational status of equipment. Signs of correct technological processes can be configured optionally, such as the availability of raw materials or products, the volume and load of technological channels, or changes in external properties, such as color or other parameters. When using Dequs in conjunction with SILA, the employee’s interaction with equipment is also monitored. This includes, for example, whether the employee opened a lid on time or turned a lever. This greatly simplifies process control and optimizes enterprise resources.