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We give Robots the Power of Sight
With Basler's easy-to-use, industrial-grade stereo camera series and modular application software, you can make your robots perform at their best!
We give Robots the Power of Sight
The new dart models with Sony Pregius S sensor deliver outstanding image quality for your robotics application, thanks to small form factor, low weight and low power consumption.
We Give Robots the Power of Sight
In many companies today, robots are already performing tasks that are difficult or impossible or very monotonous for humans to perform. They achieve consistent quality and reliability and are often faster than humans. However, the areas of application are limited, since a robot can only perform a specific task in a limited range of motion. Computer vision can make robots "smarter" and help to expand their fields of application. We at Basler are experts in the field of computer vision. We give robots the power of sight.
Image-Guided Robots: Flexible Thanks to Computer Vision
Discover New Possibilities Thanks to Vision-guided Robotics
Robots that can see can perform tasks that would otherwise require a great deal of time, effort and ultimately cost.
There are many applications that can benefit from vision-guided robotics.
Material Handling and Transport
Vision-guided robotics enable performance of tasks such as pick-and-place, labeling, palletizing, packaging and material transport. Increased flexibility, optimized collaboration with employees and reliable operation are just some of the possible benefits.
Process and Quality Control
Inspection of parts, metrology, classification, assembly and machine tending - all these applications require imaging for a stable and safe implementation. With the right vision system for robotics, higher accuracy, higher throughput or less downtime can be achieved.
Would You Like to Know More?
Vision technology is becoming more and more relevant for robot applications. As a vision expert, you have probably already recognized this. We show you here how you can successfully combine both technologies.
- Cameras with resolutions from VGA to 24 MP
- Cameras with global shutter for applications with moving objects; cameras with rolling shutter for cost-sensitive applications
- Time-of-Flight cameras for precise and cost-efficient 3D imaging
- Compatible components: lenses and lighting matched to the application, cables suitable for drag chains
- Standard USB3.0 interface with high throughput
- GigE interface, if the camera is mounted outside the arm (off-arm) slightly offset or further away
- Both interfaces are supported by all common industrial PCs and embedded systems and also by many robot controllers.
Set up Your Vision System
- ROS compatibility: The Robot Operating System (ROS) ensures the compatibility of all components - this of course also applies to our cameras.
- drag&bot as manufacturer-independent middleware - in combination with the drag&bot software, vision integration into your robot application becomes quite easy.
- Integration into many well-known, already existing robotic systems (Epson, ABB, TM)
If you are an expert in the field of robotics and would like to know how your application can benefit from vision solutions, you have come to the right place.
Stability and Reliability
- Basler cameras offer a high degree of reliability, making them stand out from consumer cameras.
- Our cameras are more flexible and much cheaper than smart cameras.
- Basler cameras are GenICam-compliant, which ensures that integration is stable over time.
- Resolutions from VGA to 24 MP
- Global and rolling shutter
- Compatible components
- 3D cameras for depth information
- Convenient online tools for easy selection of the components: Lens Selector, Vision System Configurator
- pylon Camera Software Suite as programming interface for all camera models
- Many code examples and assistance for easy setup of the camera system
- ROS compatibility
Do you need help in choosing the right vision system and components? We are happy to help!
Configure Your Vision System
We can help you to configure your vision system. With the help of our pylon camera drivers for the Robot Operating System (ROS) and the integration of our camera drivers
into the drag&bot software for robotics, this becomes easier than you think. In addition, our online tool, the Vision Solution Guide,
offers advice on finding the right camera and accessories for your vision application.
Robot Vision Software
Easily integrate Basler 2D cameras into your robot application using the pylon Camera Software Suite, which is integrated into the drag&bot software.
The pylon camera driver for ROS (Robot Operating System) enables the use of GigE and USB 3.0 cameras in robotic applications.
Vision Solution Guide
Do you need help finding the right vision components for your robotics application? This tool will guide you to the right combination for your project.
News about Vision-guided Robotics
Pick-and-place Robot in an Industrial Bakery
For the packaging line of an industrial bakery, KINE Robotics uses the blaze 3D time-of-flight camera and enables automated picking of bread packages with a 3D vision-guided robotics system.Go to article
3D Bin Picking Solution for Metallic and Shiny Objects
Italy-based software firm Euclid Labs has developed Nak3D, an industrial 3D vision solution specifically designed for scanning challenging shiny objects. The stereo vision system is composed of two Basler ace USB 3.0 cameras and a laser line.Go to article
Vision Technology in Robotics - With a Sense of Sight for More Flexibility
Industrial applications benefit from robots that are equipped with additional visual senses. Such robots enable flexible use, as they can react to their environment and thus enable new applications. Where are robots with Vision Technology used? What do you need to consider?Go to article
When Robots See – An Additional Sense for Better Performance
Machines and robots can be used more productively and flexibly if they are equipped with a sense of sight based on vision technology. What are the possible applications of cameras and image processing systems in combination with robots? What factors need to be taken into account?Go to article