As early as 50 years ago, industrial robots have been born, bringing more convenience and possibilities to human beings. Today, industrial robots are replacing labor with rapid development, doing heavy and boring work, and developing in a smarter direction, and serving robots will be the next vent. But in order to develop a service robot, it is necessary to let the robot acquire the human ability. The first is vision.
Vision is very important to people. More than 90% of the information that humans receive depends on the eyes, and let's take a look at the cutting-edge technology of artificial intelligence - machine vision.
Industrial robots with tactile, force or vision can work in more complex environments; if they have recognition functions or further increase adaptive and self-learning functions, they become intelligent industrial robots.
Machine vision, as a fast-growing branch of artificial intelligence, aims to give robots a vision that is comparable to our own. In the past few years, researchers have used specialized neural networks to help robots recognize and understand images from the real world. At present, great progress has been made.
With the development of the Internet of Things, more and more sophisticated industrial robots with multi-sensor and distributed control will gradually penetrate all aspects of the manufacturing industry and transform from manufacturing implementation to service.
Machine vision is like a human eye. With the cooperation of the visual system, it is like a person with a pair of bright eyes, which can realize the automatic production under the condition of inaccurate workpiece position.