What are 2D and 3D Vision Technologies?

Industrial automation has seen phenomenal growth over the last century. The advancement in science and technology has made manufacturing on a large scale possible. The onset of Industry 4.0 also has many organizations embracing new industrial practices that digitize their production processes. Hermary has always been at the forefront of machine vision technologies. For over 30 years, alongside our integration partners, we have created game-changing systems for many industries.

Machine Vision for Industry Professionals

More often than not, though, we find ourselves humbled by our partners’ sheer ingenuity in incorporating machine vision into their solutions. By sitting down with Hermary’s Applications Engineer, Josh Harrington, we hope to create an evergreen learning environment for all industry professionals to share knowledge about machine vision.

In this video, we will start by checking off some of the most frequently asked questions:

  1. What is machine vision’s purpose?
  2. How is it useful in industrial applications?
  3. Major types of machine vision.

In future episodes, we will cover more technical aspects of machine vision: hardware technologies used to develop 2D and 3D solutions, how to develop machine vision solutions for different applications, how to manipulate the data and more.

Machine vision works best when working alongside human operators. If you would like us to cover any specific subjects or have any questions or feedback, leave us a comment below or contact us.


3 comments on “What are 2D and 3D Vision Technologies?

  1. Reza

    A good introductory to machine vision and machine vision applications and also the comparison of 2D vs. 3D solutions for various use cases. I am looking forward to the future episodes.

  2. Sally

    Thank you for making these educational videos. I look forward to seeing more in the future.

    • Hermary

      Thank you, Sally. Stay tuned for more episodes!


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