(Defect AI-basEd ElaBORation for Electromyographic Needles Assembly)
Feb.2023 – Jan.2024
Automation of quality controls in the industrial sector
The project aims to automate the control process of bipolar concentric needles: a Computer Vision system, supported by Artificial Intelligence, successfully tackles the problem. Quality Control focuses on needle point defects: an automation (robot, cobot or manipulator) brings and moves the object so that it is correctly displayed by the CV, positioning it in the correct area (“good pieces” or defect/waste area).
Research and Development
Mare Group annually invests in Research and Development to promote and expand projects, technologies and the ideas of its team.
Every year, the Group faces bigger challenges in wanting to become a reference point for companies in Southern Italy. Find out more about other projects.