Motek, Stuttgart, 8-11 October 2018, Hall 7. Booth 7414.
OSLO, Norway, October 2, 2018 – Zivid, the 3D machine vision camera company, is attending Motek with its Zivid One 3D color camera. The company will demonstrate Zivid One supporting robotic arms and grippers in high precision bin-picking applications.
Using a principle of time-multiplexed structured light, the Zivid One camera captures high-quality XYZ and RGB data on a single sensor chip. It operates at 0.1mm resolution and an acquisition rate of 10Hz to produce vivid high definition 3D color images of even the most difficult of target object materials.
Regarded as one of the most demanding tasks for robot automation, random bin-picking is the focus of two system integrator-backed Zivid One demonstrations: with Pick-it 3D using an ABB YuMi robot, and Euclid Labs using a KUKA robot.
Handling a mix of small, complex, reflective and light-absorbing parts, the demonstrations will highlight the versatility of the Zivid One camera in assembly, machine loading and manufacturing applications.
The Zivid One 3D color camera is available via distributors and system integration partners, or directly from email@example.com.
Zivid is a market-leading provider of 3D machine vision cameras and software for next generation robotics and industrial automation systems.
Its first product, Zivid One, is regarded as the world’s most accurate real-time 3D color camera and brings human-like vision to the smart factories and warehouses of Industry 4.0.
With more than 15 years in-house R&D and in-depth expertise in optical sensors, 3D machine vision hardware and software, Zivid enables customers to boost efficiency and productivity in a range of applications including de-palletising, bin-picking, pick-and-place, assembly, packaging and quality control.
The Zivid One 3D color camera has received numerous awards for its technical features, quality of data (QoD), and design implementation. Awards include "Top Innovation Award" by inVISION Magazine, "Gold Innovators Award" by Vision System's & Design, Red Dot's “Product Design” award, and the Research Council of Norway's prestigious “Innovation Award”.