System-on-module and carrier board with Mako cameras

Two ultra-compact Mako cameras perform quick identification of faulty parts. This advanced image processing task runs without a PC. Instead the cameras are connected through a System-on-Module (SoM) via standard carrier board for computing power.

Two Mako cameras, a Mako G-319C with a GigE Vision interface and a Mako U-130B with a USB3 Vision interface, are connected through a System-on-Module (SoM) via standard carrier board. The cameras grab images of the inspection targets (USB flash drives) placed on a turntable triggered by an external light barrier. The program use OpenCV, an open source computer vision library, which allows a blob contour check and logo detection of images grabbed by the Mako U camera as well as logo color check with the Mako G camera.

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