International conference to take place in Mexico City from 12 to 14 July 2023. SACMI to give a presentation on its "Next Generation AI-based vision system for the can-making industry", illustrating a revolutionary vision system management tool that uses artificial intelligence algorithms. The results: simplified control of systems, higher quality and speed, more effective process feedback
LatamCan 2023 offers the perfect showcase for Classy AI, the advanced ‘Made in SACMI’ interface that uses AI to revolutionize vision system control. A key event for the Americas - from Latin America to the United States - but also for Europe, this year’s international conference will be held in Mexico City (12-14 July 2023, Hilton Hotel).
SACMI will give a talk on its "Next Generation AI-based vision system for the can-making industry" (3PC area, 13 July at 9.30). The goal: to present SACMI Classy AI, a valuable artificial vision tool that, following its launch in the plastics sector (vision systems for caps and preforms), is now available for the vast metal packaging world, making it a true all-rounder.
What is Classy AI for? Remember, this isn’t a new type of control - SACMI provides a comprehensive range of vision systems for all your metal packaging inspection needs - but a revolution in the approach to how inspection is managed. With Classy AI, the operator isn’t faced with a complex technical interface (although that’s always there if needed) but a user-friendly dashboard which, if a defect occurs, classifies it ‘by family’ (accidental, technological, decoration-OCR, measures, specific) and above all, specifies its origin.
In addition to identifying the type of defect and showing the affected part of the object, the dashboard creates quality statistics, letting users build up an analysis database and identify drifts immediately. The result: immediate, valuable data for the line operator, who can use process feedback to perform preventive, targeted maintenance and corrections.
Why Classy AI? The main advantage of the system lies in being able to recognize not just individual defects but their origins in relation to the various detectable defect ‘families’. Above all, this is a revolution that focuses on the operators: they don’t necessarily have to be vision system experts and can manage the line optimally, filtering alarms unequivocally and requesting the intervention of an expert technician only if necessary. To illustrate more clearly, just think of the changes taking place in the car industry, where advanced sensors and digital dashboards offer increasingly detailed, sophisticated vehicle info... and you’ don’t need to be a mechanic to understand it!
The entire SACMI Vision System team will be on hand at the conference to answer any questions from visitors and potential customers.
See you there!