2D-VISION Module

The 2D-VISION module includes a hand/eye calibration for 2D cameras and enables image processing in OpenCV. In the first step, the intrinsic camera calibration, the lens distortions of the camera are compensated. Then, in the extrinsic calibration, the connection between the pixel coordinates in the camera image and the real position (in world coordinates) of objects or the robot is established. Both calibration methods can be used directly from drag&bot with a standard calibration pattern. In drag&bot different image processing logics can be developed with OpenCV and Python. For frequent applications, such as workpiece localization on one level, there are already program templates, which only need to be adapted.

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Supported cameras

2D-VISION with Basler cameras

  • Simple installation via the Component Manager

  • Intuitive step-by-step calibration
  • Setting camera parameters in the Operator Panel

  • Integration of the proven Basler pylon camera Software Suite

  • Flexible output protocol using TCP/IP

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2D-VISION with Sensopart cameras

  • The camera is linked to the robot via VISOR® ROBOTIC

  • Various detectors for locating up to 10,000 components

  • Result correction in the VISOR® software for easy adjustment of the picking point

  • Two calibration methods for robotics applications

  • Flexible output protocol using TCP/IP

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