Advanced Vision Applications

Engineered with the acuity to measure subtle variations in light and color, Radiant’s advanced imaging systems are uniquely capable of detecting small, subtle flaws in complex assemblies and surfaces that are easily missed by other machine vision systems. Combining high resolution, broad dynamic range, and low noise, Radiant’s CCD-based cameras capture images in fine detail to enable machine vision tools to be applied with ultimate precision.

Meaningful contrast differences can be detected with greater precision than the human eye, such as slightly misrouted cables in assemblies or hairline gaps between keys and frames. Our systems also leverage uniformity tests developed for display measurement to detect and quantify unpredictable defects in unprogrammed locations, such as anomalous surface variations that indicate cosmetic flaws and foreign particles on, in, or under part surfaces. Radiant's advanced vision systems automate human-caliber inspection on the production line, ensuring efficient process control, quantifiable data, and defect-free products.

Assembly Verification

Inspect component placement, presence, and position according to exact tolerances

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Surface Inspection

Detect and quantify the severity of scratches, dents, and other anomalous defects on surfaces

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Particle Inspection

Locate and classify foreign material on or within surfaces

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