Cameras from Basler are used worldwide in a wide variety of industrial fields. These cover applications from electronics and semiconductor inspection and robotics to food inspection, postal sorting and inspections of printed images. While the specifics differ greatly, the applications all have something important in common: The use of automated processes to recognize characteristics.
Typical vision applications in factory automation
The latest technologies and modern image processing systems ensure the highest quality standards for the automotive industry.
In robotics, image process systems are responsible for bringing sight to robots.
Electronics & Semiconductors
Electronic components are growing more and more compact, even as production lines continue to speed up. These trends bring with them increased requirements for optical inspection systems.
Digital camera systems offer support in the automation of production processes and quality controls, thus boosting efficiency.
Food & Beverages
Rising quality demands for foods and production processes with ever-shorter cycles necessitate quality assurance cameras.
Pharma & Healthcare Products
Camera-based inspection systems ensure compliance with high quality standards and legal regulations
Printing & Webbed Materials
Speed is everything in the printing industry: Inspection systems with line scan cameras ensure consistent print quality.
Our Success Stories show you examples of where Basler cameras have been successfully integrated.
Easy Printed Circuit Board Traceability with Basler racer GigE Cameras
Identification of circuit boards during the production process with the Basler racer.
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Monitoring the production of ice cream with the Basler scout.
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