Tuesday, 24 June 2014

BMW checks bumpers with the wave of a hand

Quality control is a vital part of modern manufacturing. Not only does it decrease the chances of a dissatisfied customer, but it reduces waste and, therefore, cost. However, inspecting products on the assembly line can itself be expensive, time consuming, and not as accurate as it should be. To speed things up a bit, BMW has developed a new system for inspecting bumpers that uses gestures to allow inspectors to literally point out defects. .. Continue Reading BMW checks bumpers with the wave of a hand

Section: Automotive

Tags: 3D Cameras, BMW, Fraunhofer, Gesture Recognition, Manufacturing, Production

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