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Bringing vision inspection to the automation market – the role of Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV)

Leading automation vendors strive to provide end-to-end automation solutions to clients. However, there has always been the missing piece of the puzzle — inspection.

Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV) systems have the potential to change the status quo. Inspekto has now made its INSPEKTO S70 available to industrial automation vendors. So, vendors can sell an end-to-end solution for the first time.

Download this whitepaper to understand:

• How Inspekto’s visual inspection equipment has changed the industrial automation market
• The benefits of Autonomous Machine Vision
• Why manufacturers no longer need to use a systems integrator to implement bespoke quality assurance solutions
• The future of the global visual inspection market

Why don’t industrial automation vendors sell machine visions systems?

Before the advent of Autonomous Machine Vision, machine vision solutions for quality assurance (QA) were only available as bespoke solutions. These solutions consist of many components, such as cameras, lenses, filters, frame grabbers and software, and have to be installed by expensive experts and assembled by a systems integrator.

Costly and lengthy integration services, which prevented automation vendors from offering visual inspection solutions, can now be completely skipped.

Who stocks the INSPEKTO S70?

Inspekto is already in advanced talks with several of the world’s leading automation businesses, who will soon begin selling the S70 direct to end users. Vendors and automation distributors and integrators who would like to re-sell AMV products can enquire here.

What is Autonomous Machine Vision?

Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV) is a new category of machine vision QA developed by Inspekto. Unlike traditional QA solutions, AMV systems are standalone, and can be sold through the same powerful distribution channels that automation vendors use for their other products.

Industrial inspection based on conventional machine vision

– Vision integrator centric
– Tailor-made project, per each scenario
– Weeks
– Intensive
– 100s to 1000s (Good and defective)
– Required
– Complex and lengthy
– Low
– High
– Dependent on vision integrators/external experts
– Reactive
– Without control
– Hate their jobs


Solution orientation
Project or product
Time to solution
Resources required to support implementation
Samples required
Involvement of machine-vision experts
Ease of use-case verification
Robustness to dynamic production floor environment
Required level production line integration
End users are

Industrial inspection based on Autonomous Machine Vision

– End-user centric
– Generic and versatile product
– Less than one hour
– Light
– 20 to 30 good products
– Not required
– Immediate and simple
– High
– Low
– Independent of any external experts
– Proactive
– Regain control
– Love their jobs