Automated quality control systems

Machine vision systems, which perform quality control, are used in the production and warehouse areas. They make automatic inspection and measurements of all products directly on the production lines possible. The system is based on high quality cameras and a software which conducts an analysis of a 2D or 3D image in a repetitive way, compares it with the saved standards and deviation values. The integration of vision systems with MES systems and industrial automation systems supports quality management processes in an enterprise.

  • continuous measurement and product verification on the production lines
  • reduction of costs related to the complaints
  • verification of shape, dimension and colour
  • control over the location of a verified element
  • registration of the vision inspection in a database



APS auditor

APS is a modern application which automates 5S, LPA, TPM, ISO, OHS and Nearmiss audits in a company. It is a simple, intuitive tool which helps in organisation and optimisation of audit processes as well as in making schedules, gathering data and reporting them. Our application is available as a website, thanks to which it is can be easily accessed from a computer and smart phone. One license allows an unlimited number of users per one location. Employees may simultaneously use the application by checking actions, schedules, reporting problems and planning audits. All the data gathered in the application are appropriately structured and reported.

  • digitisation of audit actions
  • automated reporting
  • easy licensing
  • intuitive handling



QC labels

Quality markings are used in quality control processes for marking the status of the product being checked. Depending on the company’s internal arrangements, the marking may take the form of a self-adhesive label or a tag. In order to distinguish the products which have passed the quality control, have passed it conditionally or have been rejected, the appropriate colours of markings are applied: green, yellow and red. Sometimes a graphic form of communication, e.g., OK, NOK or plain text: “compliant”, “non-compliant” are used.

  • established colour of markings
  • clear and legible way of marking products after quality control
  • markings in the form of a hanging tag or a self-adhesive label
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