Challenge The process of manually measuring, counting, and packing carrots is a labor-intensive and time-consuming task for personnel. It involves the workers manually handling the carrots, measuring and counting them, and then packing them into the appropriate packaging based on weight and quantity requirements. This process is often repetitive and monotonous, which can lead to a decrease in productivity and quality control. Additionally, human error can occur during this process, resulting in inaccurate measurements or incorrect packaging, which can impact the overall quality of the product.
MOWI ASA is a Norwegian seafood company that is involved in the production, processing, and sale of salmon and other seafood products. The company operates in over 25 countries and is one of the largest producers of farmed salmon in the world. Challenge The customer faced challenges in packaging fish into boxes of varying sizes and palatalizing them, where automated processes sometimes resulted in errors. They required a solution to automatically detect common faults such as overhanging boxes, broken boxes, and to count the number of boxes on the pallet.
A leading producer and marketer of nickel, as well as a recycler of nickel-containing materials such as batteries. Challenge The customer is currently using a manual process to inspect and sort nickel pieces on a conveyor belt. Personnel is responsible for identifying and removing any pieces that do not meet the required shape or dimensions, as well as any contaminated pieces and unknown objects. This process is potentially error-prone and may lead to inconsistencies in sorting, especially when dealing with large volumes of nickel pieces or unknown objects.
A Norwegian company that specializes in the production and supply of high-quality sawn timber products. The company operates several sawmills in Norway and produces a wide range of timber products, including structural timber, cladding, decking, and interior paneling. Challenge The customer has a conveyor system in place for planks, but sometimes the planks get stuck and cause a blockage in production. This can go unnoticed by workers for a while, resulting in the need for production to be halted and workers to manually sort out the planks, which can be a time-consuming process if the issue is not detected promptly.