If the process of object detection could be automated, thousands, if not millions, of images could be processed in a short period of time producing consistent results for a fraction of the cost of employing a human.
Automated image detection begins with training the software on a series of images you want to detect within subsequent images. The training images are labelled to inform the software what the object is (or is not) and are passed through the system a number of times to ensure the detection process is as accurate as it can be made.
For example, ‘this is a good weld’ & ‘this is a bad weld’, ‘this is a car’ & ‘this is a van’, ‘this is Matthew’ & ‘this is Darren’.
After the training phase has been completed the finished software can be used with a new set of images it has yet to see which will be classified as per the training data and automatically generated labels used within a database to allow for easy searching of the images.
Our development team can work with you to analyse the images you want to recognise, and convert these into a training set before finally converting the resulting data into a workable software application that you and your team/customers can use on your own computer.