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HORUS - 3D vision system


Alnea createed advanced vision systems that perfectly complement technological production  lines. A vision system, or machine vision or an industrial video system, is a set of electronic devices that work together to obtain a video analysis of a workspace.

Modern vision systems are designed on the model of human vision. This advanced image analysis supports, for example, packaging machines.  The 3D video system creates a 3D model of the scanned area, and thanks to special algorithms finds specific targets and communicates with the robot how to take further programmed actions.


How does the 3d vision system work?

At Alnea we have extensive experience in the design and construction of production lines. We know how long it takes to design positioning systems, eye-watering positions, or additional instrumentation such as smart cameras, scanners, lighting. That’s why we decided to create our video system that will facilitate all these tasks. Horus created by us is primarily a system of positioning the robot in space. This means that the robot knows its position, and when scanning the canvas it is limited only by the range of the robot arm. This is a definite advantage over statically mounted cameras.

The small scanning head placed on the robot replaces sensors, camera installations, fixation. Our innovative six-axis robot positioning system is designed to be simple and intuitive to work with machine and man.



What can our 3d vision system do?

The video system works by reading data such as robot coordinates and positioning it in space. Horus scans the canvas and selects fit points. The 3D model can be downloaded from extensive libraries such as STEP, PARASOLID, STL. The robot with the head will automatically locate the important part and precisely download it and put it in the right place.

In the video below, you can see how Horus manages the robot’s activities in a robotic station for the production of many different TV tuners. Small-series production is a challenge for many companies. With our video system, soldering, assembly or packaging of small volumes is very easy.

Artificial intelligence in machine vision

– scanning head
– 3D scanning algorithms
– 3D positioning algorithms
– touch screen, HMI
– algorithms for converting off-tests of processes such as: torsion, soldering, welding, gluing and assembly.

User-friendly robotics

  • The vision system designed in Alnea is easy to use and user-friendly. Operating our system does not require specially trained personnel and an engineer.
  • The production line operator selects the 3D model,selects the process, and starts production. The Horus tooling robot is great for controlling the production process.

Applicationd of Horus vision system

  • search for 3D objects (3D scanner, production line, assembly, packaging, palletizing)
  • point cloud export (fast vision analysis, 3D modeling, quality control)
  • profilometr
  • scanning of body parts (medicine, prosthetics)

Testing 3d vision system

We have checked our video system in many tests. We carried out quality control of wooden, metal, ceramic elements. We made random attempts to find items on uneven ground. We scanned parts of the human body, then spatial models and printed them on 3D printers. We  are constantly improving algorithms  and  parameters.


If you are interested in testing our solution – contact us




ALNEA is known for automation and robotization processes, vision control systems or complex semiautomatic stations and testers. However, it turned out that demand of the market grows constantly, that’s why the company creates even more complicated and developed projects of production lines on request. Completely new feature are virtual reality visualizations – customer can watch his own production line in virtual space, take place near specified work station and verify if the suggested solutions are optimal.

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