UE Project No. 1
MV CENTER VISION SYSTEMS Sp. z o.o. has obtained financial support from the European Regional Development Fund, the Operational Programme Smart Growth 2014-2020, sub-measure 1.1.1 “Industrial research and development works carried out by enterprises” for the implementation of the project POIR.01.01.01-00-0366/20-00
„Development of an inspection station designed for precise and automated vision-based quality control of ceramic inserts using new algorithms based on deep networks”.
The position will allow inspection of ceramic inserts:
• of min. dimensions: 70mm*70mm*50mm and max. 250mm*250mm*400mm (maximum filters that can be produced),
• regardless of their shape (inspection of details not only round, but also elliptical, oval, square, irregular, etc.).
The project’s planned results include:
• Development of 2D algorithms for control of cell filling defects (open/closed cell) interfacing with the optical system -3-fold increase in the precision of detection of defects of proper cell plugging/opening (relative to the best competing solution) with a nearly 2-fold increase in performance level.
• development of 3D algorithms for defect inspection of lateral and frontal surfaces of monoliths cooperating with the scanner system -precision of defect detection: lateral surface =0.25mm2 min. area of detected defect frontal surface = cell surface + depth even 0.25 mm (efficiency level =98%).
Its main target groups will be manufacturers of structural components of passenger vehicles, i.e:
• ceramic inserts (catalytic monoliths),
• exhaust systems using the cartridges for filter production
Total project value: 4,491,796.18 PLN
Funding for the project from the European Regional Development Fund: 3,352.992.32 PLN
UE Project No. 2
“The goal is to develop an inspection station designed for automated and time-efficient quality control of LED/OLED TV matrices.”
The project’s planned results include
• Development of an inspection station intended for an automated and time-efficient quality control of LED/OLED TV sets matrices in a production line with the use of a new positioning system and algorithms based on deep networks for the detection of defects such as mura and bad sub-pixel. The aim of this project is to develop an inspection station designed for automated and time-efficient quality control of LED/OLED TV matrices.
Tasks, how to achieve the goals:
• development of a camera to TV matrix positioning system and development of algorithms based on networks algorithms based on deep networks for automated inspection of bad-subpixel defects,
• development of algorithms based on deep networks for automated inspection of mura defects. The above elements, together with mechanical components, will be integrated into a demonstration bench allowing the following key functionalities toachieved (advantage over currently available products)
• an increase of at least 30 percentage points in the detection of mura and subpixel defects (compared to the most commonly used manual control),
• three and six times shorter inspection time for a 22-inch and 85-inch matrix respectively (compared to the best competitor solution),
• ten times faster system changeover time between different dmatrix references (compared to the best competitive solution).
None of the products on the market has the above functionality.
The system will be able to detect the above-mentioned defects for TVs with a matrix size of 22 to 85 inches (the most common sizes on the market). The main target groups will be LED/OLED TV manufacturers.
Project value: 2,704,768.07 PLN
Funding for the project from the European Regional Development Fund: