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Our difference is our world-class engineering team of artificial vision specialists who simplify complexity, de-risk projects and create genuine value for your business.
Recruiting only the best brains, practical with solid industry background, we provide leading edge technology solutions for complex business problems. Our advice is unbiased and vendor agnostic, with the specifics of your application as our prime focus. When you collaborate with us, you will experience the difference, making traditional black box solutions truly redundant.
With COREMATIC, you will future-proof your organisation through tailored solutions in robotics, artificial vision, and machine learning, harnessing the ever-evolving power of business intelligence.
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COREMATIC’s consulting services provide strategic advice to businesses thanks to highly accessible experts who are engaged with your operational and management teams relating to technology choices, implementation, and cost.
Our consulting model supports you on the complete journey. From problem identification to deliverable strategy, our culture is to empower individuals and organisations to make better-informed operational decisions on technology choices.
Our consulting services include:
- Scope of work and tender workshop attendance
- Technical assistance contracts
- Client involvement in brainstorming session
- Technology innovation research and assessment
- Third part consultant liaison with existing OEMs
- Vendor agnostic feasibility studies
Our design and development services are here to provide you with a group of top experts that will focus on solving problems during research, concept development, and solution trial phases.
Our engineering design process is a series of steps that guides the engineering team as we solve your problems. The design process is iterative, meaning that we repeat the steps as many times as needed, making improvements along the way as we learn and uncover new design possibilities to arrive at great solutions.
Our design service includes:
- Idea Concept Generation process.
- Proof of concept development
- Prototyping design concept
- End-product / solution design and development
- Engineering technology auditing, reviewing and reporting
All our developers are hands-on engineers, and all our hands-on engineers are developers. Our operational team assures that all systems and components are designed, installed, and tested in line with site-specific requirements during execution phase. We’ve redefined the commissioning experience.
Our commissioning services include:
- Identification of limitations and drawbacks on existing systems
- Coordination of testing and commissioning activities
- Assistance and production of testing
- Commissioning documentation
Millimetre wave radar
By measuring the time of flight (ToF) of light, it is possible to determine the distance values at pixel level between the individual pixels and the object. Thereby, the 3D information is generated without any detours in real time. The best-known ToF technology is known as PMD (Photonic Mixer Device).
The PMD time-of-flight technology ensures detection of scenes and objects with just one image capture of 23,232 pixels in three dimensions and without motion blur. The scene is illuminated by modulated, invisible infrared light and the reflected light hits the PMD sensor.
The LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) laser measurement technology offers solutions for a wide range of applications. The two- or more-dimension contour data recorded can be processed both internally and externally. The technology is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications, for example anti-collision in ports, classification in traffic, detection in building automation, or position evaluation in navigation, 3D LiDAR sensors (3D laser scanners as well) detect their environment nearly gap-free, regardless of whether the objects move or not. That is why 3D LiDAR sensors are ideally suited for tasks such as collision protection on automated vehicles or the scanning of objects.
Millimetre wave radar
MmWave is a sensing technology for detection of objects and providing the range, velocity and angle of these objects. It is a contactless-technology which operates in the spectrum between 30 GHz - 300 GHz. Due to the technology’s use of small wavelengths it can provide sub-mm range accuracy and is able to penetrate certain materials such as plastic, drywall, clothing, and is impervious to environmental conditions such as rain, fog, dust and snow.
RADAR stands for RAdio Detecting And Ranging and as indicated by the name, it is based on the use of radio waves. Radars send out electromagnetic waves similar to wireless computer networks and mobile phones. The signals are sent out as short pulses which may be reflected by objects in their path, in part reflecting back to the radar.
When these pulses intercept precipitation, part of the energy is scattered back to the radar. This concept is similar to hearing an echo. For example, when you shout into a well, the sound waves of your shout reflect off the water and back up to you.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio frequency waves to transfer data. Tagging items with RFID tags allows users to automatically and uniquely identify and track inventory and assets. RFID takes auto-ID technology to the next level by allowing tags to be read without line of sight and, depending on the type of RFID, having a read range between a few centimeters to over 20+ meters.
RFID has come a long way from its first application of identifying airplanes as friend or foe in World War II. Not only does the technology continue to improve year over year, but the cost of implementing and using an RFID system continues to decrease, making RFID more cost-effective and
In Hyperspectral imaging (HSI), unique color signatures of individual objects can be detected. Unlike optical technologies that can only detect a single color, HSI distinguishes the full color spectrum in each pixel, providing spectral information in addition to 2D spatial images. HSI uses multiple bands across the electromagnetic spectrum including infrared, visible spectrum, ultraviolet, x-rays, or a combination of the above. It may include the acquisition of image data in visible and non-visible bands simultaneously, illumination from outside the visible range, or the use of optical filters to capture a specific spectral range. It is also possible to capture hundreds of wavelength bands for each pixel in an image
Cameras are equipped with advanced systems that help users capture any moment with increased accuracy, even under less-than-ideal lighting conditions. The RGB sensor is the metering sensor that helps the camera analyse the scene being captured and determines the amount of light needed to produce a well-exposed image.
To capture a high quality image even in scenes with poor lighting, the RGB sensor works together with a diffractive optical element, a special filter that separates light into different wavelengths and projects a clear image onto the sensor.
Thermal Imaging Camera
There are infrared cameras available with special detectors for the SWIR, MWIR and LWIR bands. Each one of these cameras have their own special applications that they are good for. The majority of all thermal cameras sold and used today, operate in the LWIR band. These LWIR detectors are also called micro-bolometer detectors, or short µbolo.
These detectors actually do not measure photons. Instead, they convert infrared radiation to a change in electrical resistance in their detector elements.Thermal Infrared Imaging Cameras do not rely on external illumination. They can “see” heat and can be very useful wherever non-contact temperature measurements are of interest.
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