ISRA VISION AG (ISIN: DE 0005488100) – the TecDAX company for industrial image processing (Machine Vision) and one of the world‘s leading suppliers of surface inspection solutions for web materials and 3D machine vision applications – expands its portfolio for 3D surface inspection with integrated precision measurement technology for discrete industries. The company is thus extending its activities in the smart factory automation segment, which focuses on optimizing discrete manufacturing processes using high-end automation technologies, and is tapping additional revenue potential with products for digital transformation in industry.
On the basis of deflectometry and white light interferometry technology, the new products enable high-precision 3D measurement of surface defects down to the nanometer range as well as the automation of quality assurance in the production of high-quality components, e.g. for the automotive, electronics or display industry. In combination with ISRA’s production analytics tools for data collection and analysis along the entire value chain, further potentials are created to increase efficiency and optimize yields in discrete production processes at customer’s site.
The new standard products are currently being presented at CONTROL – an international trade fair for quality assurance – and include inter alia robot-guided sensors for the inspection of parts with large surface areas such as bumpers for the automotive industry, as well as multipart inspection systems for the simultaneous inspection of multiple components with high-quality surfaces such as displays or mirror housings. ISRA thus enables 100% inspection directly in the production process even in the case of complex measurement tasks or short cycle times and supports increasing flexibility in connected production.
The planned extension of the Smart Factory Automation segment will be systematically continued this year with further portfolio expansions. With this strategic focus on future-oriented market developments and the strong gross order backlog of around 100 million Euros at present, ISRA is taking another important step towards achieving the medium-term sales target of over 200 million euros.