Delivery and commissioning of a vision system in your production

Based on the requirements you provide and information about your product and production process, we will carry out a technical analysis and prepare and implement a solution to avoid complaints and generate savings.

What is a vision system and how can it improve your production?

Vision systems in production, or AOI (Automatic Optical Inspection), are devices equipped with cameras or scanners that inspect each product on the line on the basis of the images/scans taken and automatically eliminate non-compliant ones from the process.

This avoids complaints, reduces handling costs and prevents the unnecessary processing of non-compliant products, leading to savings and increased customer confidence.

Implementing a vision system is a multi-stage process

The process of selecting a design and implementing a vision system to suit a customer’s needs requires several stages. Having completed more than 200 projects in a variety of industries, we know how to guide such a project to a successful conclusion. Details can be found below.


At this stage, a suitable control solution is selected on the basis of the specifications provided and the information collected and tests carried out.

Then, the design of the vision system is developed together with the control, the NOK ejection system and other peripherals.


After assembly of the control system and acceptance at the MV Centre (FAT) site, the system is transported to the customer’s plant and then installed in-line and integrated into the master system.

The position is then debugged on a large volume of product to achieve the target performance parameter (usually min 99%).

This stage is completed with acceptance (Final Acceptance).


Once the system has been commissioned, staff training (operators, technologists and UR) is carried out.

MV Centre systems are covered by online technical support with a rapid response time, allowing the user to be retrained during the first weeks of operation.

Detailed course of the project

Below, we detail the process that results in a dedicated vision system implemented in your company.

Order and Kick Off Project
  • gathering assumptions about the product, the production process and the scope of control
  • tests on donated samples in the MV Center Lab or on the production line
  • choice of solution
  • discussion of the test report
  • preparation of technical and commercial offers
Order and Kick Off Project
Approval of the project
  • preparation of the mechanical design (body, adjustable elements, mounting elements, ejection system, NOK separator)
  • preparation of the electrical design (power supply, control, safety)
  • preparation of a functional design of the system, taking into account, inter alia, the application of the user interface, the system for generating reports, levels of user authorisation, etc.
Approval of the project
FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) - reception with customer participation at MV Centre premises
  • completion of commercial components assembly and commissioning at MV Centre
  • installation and commissioning at the MV Centre
FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) - reception with customer participation at MV Centre premises
SAT - Site Acceptance Test - final acceptance
  • delivery to customer's premises
  • assembly on the production line
  • integration with the production line and master control system
  • launch on line and high volume tests
SAT - Site Acceptance Test - final acceptance
Completion of the project
  • provision of instructions for use and final documentation
  • training of production staff in the use of the inspection bench
  • training of technical and UR staff in the operation of the site
  • on-line technical support for the supplied equipment
Completion of the project

Our design process is based on 15 years of experience

We have installed more than 200 vision systems in various manufacturing industries. Our systems have already saved our customers millions by avoiding complaints and gaining savings from early NOK detection.

The average project duration from order placement is approximately 18 weeks.

ROI-oriented quality control with machine vision guarantees the following benefits:

Dozens of profitable implementations among manufacturing companies allow us to highlight many recurring benefits.

You don't waste in NOK processing

Controlling the product at the right stage leads to a reduction in production costs, and also avoids losses due to complaints.

An end to unjustified and unclear complaints

A photo record of the product ID allows you to demonstrate that the product left your plant in a condition that meets the customer’s specifications.

You control the quality "at speed"

You can get control of any product even with fast production in a reliable and repeatable way (we’re talking seconds and milliseconds here).

Your production doesn't stop

Fast remote service and access to logs allows you to get support almost immediately after a request.

You save people major tasks

Increase capacity on manual assembly lines (moving people from inspection to assembly).

Avoid costly controller training

In an era of staffing problems, a vision system is “trained” only once.

You have repeatable quality control over time

No one wants to take on manual inspection because it’s a tedious task – machine vision doesn’t question the work.

You maintain perfect relations with your customers

A vision system is a proof of quality – some companies require it to work with you.

Not sure if a vision system is cost-effective? You can easily check it

Take 5 minutes to see how long it takes to recoup your investment in a vision system. Calculate how much you can spend on automating the quality control process to achieve the required ROI.

Repeatable questions in repeatable quality control processes, ask us yours or read more:

The most common vision systems we design are used in inspection:

  • Dimensions,
  • shapes,
  • orientation,
  • overprint,
  • completeness,
  • items,
  • surface quality,
  • colour,
  • quantities of products,

In addition to the inspection itself, we offer systems for reporting results and photos to PDF (protection against unjustified complaints), as well as graphs of statistics and trends, so that the production process can be monitored and improved.

We realise inline and offline vision systems. Our solutions are based on cameras and 3D scanners from leading manufacturers (Keyence , Cognex , Sick, LMI, Zebra). Information about our partners can be found here ⟶. [link do sekcji partnerzy]

The design of the vision system is based on three key considerations, such as:

  • compliance with the production process, its efficiency and its specificity,
  • tailoring to the client’s needs in terms of requirements and control parameters,
  • matching the product and its variability.

This approach means that the solutions offered are tailored to the production line and can be an integral part of it. Where it is not possible to install controls in the line, it is possible to supply an offline station.

We will implement a vision system designed specifically for your product and  matched to your production line.

We support manufacturing companies and process and quality control engineers at dozens of factories of companies such as:

Check out some of our implementations in selected industries

You don't waste in NOK processing

Controlling the product at the right stage leads to a reduction in production costs, and also avoids losses due to complaints.


In the pharmaceutical industry, we usually inspect the correct printing of the LOT number and expiry date and the quality of the packaging (bottles, blisters) as well as the product itself (needles, capsules, tablets).


In the plastics industry, inclusions, closure quality and shape are the most commonly inspected.


In the electromechanical segment, the most common applications are assembly, dimensional and marking inspection.


In the packaging industry, the most common checks are the completeness of the products in the packaging, the correctness of the closure and the content and position of the labels.


In other industries, we carry out inspections of shape, colour, completeness, surface quality, orientation, material defects and many other parameters, depending on the specifics of the product.

Contact us

Find out how we solve your problem with the help of machine vision

If you are not sure whether machine vision can help solve your problem – just ask! It costs nothing and our technical team will analyse your product, its production process and the scope of the inspection.

We will get back to you within 24 hours. For 80% of enquiries, we send you a free analysis of the problem and a price and technical proposal to solve it within 7 days, allowing us to verify the ROI in the first stage.