3 Machine Vision Tips to Boost Railway Inspection Efficiency
Close and regular examination of track structure and rolling stock, as well as the components that operate on them is critical to the safe and sound operation of railways. However, there are many things that the naked eyes cannot readily see. Computer vision technology has become the best possible tool to ensure safety, increase efficiency, reduce cost and improve overall service for the rail industry. It offers the ability to automatically and efficiently monitor, record, transfer and analyze image data regarding the various conditions that could potentially lead to accidents.
What you'll learn?
Remove unnecessary data from the applied processor and algorithms
Bypass the limitation of data transfer and exploit the full speed of your vision inspection system without investing in an expensive high-speed camera
How to make the best out of your GigE bandwidth with minimum effort
Who will benefit:
System, application, and project engineers
Hong Liang holds a Bachelor's degree on Electric/Electronics engineering. He joined Basler as an Application Engineer and is responsible for handling technical issues and troubleshooting. Currently Hong Liang is supporting Basler’s customers and distributors in Southeast Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand; and he is expanding his role as a customer trainer.