Automate Visual Inspections
Brain Builder custom vision AI enables faster, easier, and less expensive inspections automation and manufacturing processes
Create automated visual inspections with very little data in less than 30 minutes
Quickly integrate the neural network with your lines, vision system, and cameras
Improve performance over time as additional data is captured and defects detected
Unlike traditional computer vision for measurement, barcode reading, and assessing whether an object is present, deep learning is far better suited automating for the subjective assessment of product quality. Examples of ideal applications for deep learning as a tool for automated inspection are: defect detection, product quality classification, assembly verification, and texture/surface classification.
They frequently require large amounts of data: for most industrial processes, sourcing images of good product is easy but accessing large amounts of defective product images presents a challenge. Due to large data requirements and a need for AI expertise and expensive hardware, adding deep learning to industrial processes is time consuming and expensive – placing it out of reach for many use cases. Brain Builder changes all this.
Brain Builder allows you to quickly and simply:
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Neuralahad the neural network technology we were looking for.Paul Steinberg, CTO
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Gopalakrishna, Head of Intelligent DevicesNVIDIA
Neurala’s architecture is well-suited to run on the edge. It’s small and lightweight, and we can get the technology as close to the sensors as possible. There’s a feature set that is available now that’s real and tangible. Neurala has an architecture that can evolve as customer needs and requirements changeCharlie Elliot, Director of ProductAeryon
Neurala's AI vision technology lets us process images faster, reduce our costs, and scale to meet our customer's needs in a way that simply wasn't possible before.Tim Rowland, CEOBadger Technologies