Viscom proudly announces that it will exhibit vVision, its recently introduced AOI software in Booth 1H36 at the upcoming NEPCON Show, scheduled to take place April 25-27, 2012, at the World Expo Convention & Exhibition Center in Shanghai. The new user interface from Viscom revolutionizes inspection system handling. The modern design is self-explanatory and quickly guides even the inexperienced operator to a highly capable inspection program.
For more than 25 years, Viscom has developed systems and solutions for optical and X-ray inspections. Since then, the company has become the European market leader for the inspection of electronics assemblies and is at the forefront worldwide.
With vVision, Viscom draws multiple years of experience and numerous customer discussions into the creation of a completely new user interface for its inspection systems. This software presents a captivating modern design, a display reduced to the utter essentials, clear colors and talking icons. Concentration on essential setting possibilities inhibits unnecessary entries and prevents complicated navigation. Thus, future AOI operation will be as simple as placing a call with a modern smartphone.
In addition to its straightforward handling, vVision also offers an entire package of new software features including an effective component-oriented approach and arbitrary crosslinking of inspection objects. Widely varying data formats can be used as input data, making operation both efficient and convenient.
Naturally, the inspection technology itself contains the complete offering of Viscom algorithms and integration tools. As part of this, the comprehensive Viscom inspection library delivers IPC-compliant preset parameters. With the help of the Integrated Verification, the operator can easily monitor inspection program quality. In this way, a new AOI system can be immediately deployed for quality assurance without comprehensive training or expert knowledge. Even beginners can quickly and easily arrive at a solid inspection-ready program with high inspection quality and a low false alarm rate.