INDUSTRIES / Pharmaceuticals


Artificial vision for the pharmaceutical industry

Artificial vision solutions and industrial identification technologies are robust and safe solutions that help the pharmaceutical product, medical devices, and biological sciences industries to comply with the safety and traceability requirements of the sector.

We can help you to:

  • Avoid defects
  • Improve quality
  • Increase performance
  • Increase productivity and
  • Comply with new traceability requirements.

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Vision guide for the pharmaceutical / medical sector

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Artificial vision solutions for the pharmaceutical sector:



Typical applications include inspecting the integrity of the package, tracing the serialized product from the manufacturing stage to the patient and guaranteeing the accuracy of the label with the barcode and text verification.

Other common applications are:


  • Detecting the presence of instructions that are either attached or inside the package
  • Checking if any capsules are lacking, incorrect or damaged within blister packs
  • Checking the position of the label
  • Reading barcodes and texts on flat, curved, or shiny surfaces
  • Reading 1D and 2D codes and texts on labels
  • Reading codes and verifying text on packets and flexible wrapping
  • Reading and verifying 2D codes printed directly on a product or on the surface of the packaging
  • Verifying the presence of security seals on bottles
  • Reading 2D codes marked directly on parts, devices, and surgical instruments.
  • Reading barcodes and verifying the text on flexible products such as solution bags.
  • Verifying the label and correspondence between packet and product
  • Verifying that the products from the packet are in the correct location and direction.
  • Reading 1D and 2D codes and text on packets.
  • Detecting errors on label rolls.
  • Measuring the angiographs and medical tubes that come out of the molding process.
  • Detecting and classifying the texture and surface defects on paper, textiles, metals, and non-woven fabrics.
  • Detecting scratches or particles on the surface of medical patches.
  • Measurement angle, diameter, and distance between the indicating marks on catheters or syringes.
  • Inspecting the quality of the punches, correct assembly of the packaging, location, and direction of the bevel.
  • Checking the direction of the components and the alignment of the parts during assembly.
  • Inspecting seams and adhesives.