Limitations of Existing Inspection Processes
Secondary batteries constitute a market in which machine
vision inspection equipment is rather common. However,
the accuracy of the currently available vision inspection is not
sufficient to meet the inspection standards of the company.
Need for Visual Re-examination
If the accuracy of the machine vision inspection falls short of
the standards, a visual re-inspection is required of the
inspector, which leads to unnecessary additional lead time.
Why Secondary Battery Inspection is Difficult
Diversity of Defects
There are various types of secondary battery defects,
including scratches, foreign substances, contamination,
electrolyte contamination and incomplete welding. As the
defect images are different for each defect type, it is difficult
to effectively inspect various defects and images using
current machine vision technologies.
Benefits Offered by SuaKIT
High Accuracy of Unmanned Automated Inspection of
Secondary Battery Surfaces
SUALAB's deep learning technology makes unmanned
battery inspection possible, covering more than 10 types of
defects that can be found on top or on the side of the
batteries. Using this solution, the customer may be able to
omit certain visual inspection processes depending on the
degree of implementation.