Contour Inspection. Machine vision systems for contour inspection examine the profile of an object using high-resolution cameras and 3D sensors to ensure it is free from deviations (e.g. chips), which affect the shape and thus the function of the product. They also check measurements such as length, width, and radius to ensure they are within set parameters.
This is how cost efficiency plays a significant role in globalization in the economy. When companies have the opportunity to produce products at a cheaper rate by using alternative resources, they find the best solution possible for either the short run or long run. Robots have been the solution to leading a cost-effective economy. The use of robots has had a growing impact on the manufacturing industry for some time now, and continues to innovate our globalized economy.
If we did the same thing for robotic welding machines at our modern automobile factories we would surely have enough heat energy spinning those small wheels to power up all the lights in the factory. Wouldn’t it be great to know that even if the power went off, the grid went down, or there was any sort of power failure that the factory could keep running because it kept reusing at least most of its energy? Remember in the manufacturing process it’s all about efficiency, and that’s why I came up with a strategy. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.
Before I get into specifics, I’ll mention what this technology does and how it works. Day Trading Robot is a stock trading system which makes use of mathematical algorithms based on real trading techniques used by real traders to analyze market data and look for profitable trading opps. Once it’s found what it deems as being a high probability trading opportunity, it notifies you so that you can trade accordingly.
”Re-inventing manufacturing” almost sounds like the mission statement of a Technocrat or Futurist looking to capture the utopian dream. Indeed, but why can’t we? After all, Henry Ford’s assembly line is a pretty old concept. Yes, certainly we have made incremental advances and yet, what about the proverbial ”OMG” revolutionary innovations, and ”leap-frogging” type paradigms shifts in the manufacturing sector? I guess we are still waiting for those aren’t we? We don’t have Star Trek assimilation machines yet, I suppose someday we will, and I hope the US is the nation to bring such dreams to fruition.