Over the last five years, we’ve seen a gradual increase in exposure to industrial computer vision applications. Improvements to the image quality, size and cost of simple cameras, along with continuous improvements in machine learning algorithms, sensor price points, and bandwidth in cloud and edge computing, have started to unlock the potential of computer vision in industry. In manufacturing, we’re starting to see initial-use cases like computer-vision-guided robots joining the production floor, enabling the 24/7 production line and freeing up human capacity for more creative work. But most companies in heavy-asset industries are lagging in comparison to the consumer market in terms of broad computer vision application.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the