What is RobEye?
SIMPLE Robotic Guidance
- Mimics human visual cortex
- NOT standard machine vision
- Works with ANY robot
- RRI Patented algorithms
- Works similar to our brain
- NOT standard machine vision
- ONE Image is all we need
- NO complex multi camera setup
- NO structured lighting (lasers etc.)
X Y Z Rx Ry Rz!
Ignoring Rx and Ry is not acceptable for all applications!
Body in White Part Rack Unloading
Engine & Transmission Pick & Place
Tire Value Stem inflation/deflation
- ...this is just a few of over 80 application worldwide!
Benefits for Customer
Simplify Line feeding
Replacement for precise mechanical solutions (pre-centering tooling, conveyors, high repeatability rack/ rack stands etc.)
Reduce HPV (Hours Per Vehicle)
Ability to re-engineer solutions where inaccuracies of part positioning
on rack are currently accounted by operator intervention.
New models will only need additional software programming.
No additional Vision Hardware.
Ease of use (more than ever)
- No need to be a vision system expert.
- Robot programmers can handle the system easily.
Save your best engineer for other tasks
- NO CALIBRATION needed
- No Cad Data is needed.
Fast and simple system setup
Mount (1) camera with (1) gigabit Ethernet cable connected to (1) Vision
5 minutes to teach a new model in the vision system.
Reduced Downtime thanks to:
- ONE CAMERA
- ONE CABLE
- NO CALIBRATION
How do we Differ?
That's simply true. Stop messing with calibration targets!
NO Structured Light
HUGE operating range
- If the camera can SEE it
- If the Robot can REACH it
- RobEye™ will GET it
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How fast can your system identify and localize a part?
Depends on the size of the part and the features recognized. Generally speaking, all of our automotive applications are less than 300ms for recognition, localization, and transmission of data to robot. Of course then the robot has to move
2. What size parts can the system work with?
We have applications in production from 1”x 3” clips all the way up to the entire body side panel of a large SUV
3. What is the uncertainty of the extracted position and orientation (pose)
of a part?
Good question... Most of our applications use our patent pending iterative process where we insure the robot moved to where we told it to go, as well as verify our math. This iterative process insures accuracy to the capable resolution of the robot. We have an application in production, where a robot is guided to insert a piston into an engine cylinder to 100µm.
4. What is the cost?
Submit request form
5. Do you provide the identification and pose extraction software with
CortexRecognition® is the patented recognition engine that enables the Robeye™ system. The system comes complete with software, controller, camera, cables, and lights.
6. What other software is needed to run it and can the output be read
No other software is need. Real time has not been achieved yet due to communication lag between the robot and Robeye™
7. Are there certain kinds of parts that the system does not work well
with (e.e., polished metal, glass, etc.)?
System is most robust on parts with many features and details. System is least robust (in 6 degrees of freedom) on small simple shaped pieces and any piece with little to no contrast.
8. Does the system require a CAD model of the parts to be identified and
localized or can it be trained on a new part without a CAD model?
NO CAD is required. Simple one button point & click = taught object.
- (2) Chrysler Sterling Stamping, USA ~ Rack unload (bodyside inner)
- (2) Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, USA ~ Roller hemming (wheel house)
- (2) Ford Michigan Assembly Plant, USA ~ Part Pick from Conveyor (bodyside inner)
- (1) Ford, Germany ~ Rack unload (package tray)
- (18) Mercedes, USA ~ Rack unload (multiple)
- (1) Mercedes, USA ~ Complete underbody pickup from skid
- (2) FCC, China ~ Rack unload (bodyside outer)
- (2) FCC, China ~ Bodyside unload from EMS (complete bodyside)
- (1) VW, Germany ~ Rack unload (door inner)
- (1) VW, USA ~ Rack unload (floor)
- (2) Ford Louisville Assembly Plant C520, USA ~ Part Pick from Conveyor
- (2) Cummins Engine, USA ~ Piston Stuffing
- (4) Ford Hermosillo Assembly Plant, DC391, Mexico ~ Rack Unloading
- (3) Chrysler Warren Stamping, PF Program USA ~ Rack unload
- (2) Ford Valencia, Spain ~ Part Pick from Conveyor
- (16) Ford Flatrock Assembly Plant, DC391 ~ Part Pick from Rack
- (3) Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant, V363 ~ Part Pick from Rack
- (4) Chrysler Warren Stamping, KL Program USA ~ Rack unload
- (2) Ford Romania B232 – Part pick from conveyor
- (1) Maserati (fiat group) Grugliasco (Torino - Italy) picking dash panels
- (1) FIAT Tychy (Poland) picking body side outers