Photoneo was established by a team of visionaries and talented vision engineers. We’ve transformed our deep scientific research into unique technology and products. Our portfolio is based on extensive knowledge and experience with 2D and 3D vision systems.
We strive to change the traditional 2D machine vision approach in the industrial environment and provide our customers with new devices with an added value. Thanks to our PhoXi ® 3D Scanners and advanced software, manufacturers are able to build more flexible production lines and robot integrators get powerful tools for advancing their applications.
With our patented technology of top performance 3D sensing, we aspire to set a new benchmark for smart vision systems. We don’t want to deliver just another machine vision system; we focus on changing the entire definition of machine vision by introducing new hardware and software solutions.
We cooperate with leading industrial companies to drive future autonomous production systems and enhance human vision in robotic manipulation and augmented reality apps.
Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017
Two teams using Photoneo’s vision system were among the eight teams from all around the world that made it to finals at the ARC2017. NimbRo team from Germany won the fantastic 2nd place and the team NAIST-Panasonic from Japan the 6th place.
Extending reach of robotics
Photoneo mentioned as one of the leading companies in provision of machine and robot vision technology for bin picking in the Imaging and Machine Vision Europe article on the vision solutions for robot bin picking. Check it out in the April/May 2019 issue.
Locator - an affordable robot-handling solution
Check out the inVISION article on Locator, our tool for fast picking of non-overlapping, randomly placed objects as well as for assembly and application of glues and sealants, in the March 2019 issue.
No Motion Blur
Read the article on the highest resolution and highest accuracy 3D Camera for scanning in rapid motion in the Sep. 2018 issue of the inVISION magazine.
Web based bin picking
Find our software Bin Picking Studio introduced in the June 2018 issue of the inVISION magazine.