Photoneo releases Bin Picking Studio 1.7.0

The new version of Photoneo's robotic intelligence tool for bin picking powered by first-class 3D vision is released. It brings a bunch of new features and useful functionalities that extend bin picking possibilities and make the tool even easier to use.

Bratislava, Slovakia, 7 September 2022 — Photoneo releases Bin Picking Studio 1.7.0 - the new version of the company's robotic intelligence tool for bin picking powered by 3D vision. The upgrade to 1.7.0 brings plenty of new features and enhancements that extend the possibilities of any bin picking project and allow you to operate the system with yet greater ease.

Here is a sneak peek at what you will get with the new Bin Picking Studio 1.7.0:

➤ Achieve faster image capture with our flagship product MotionCam-3D
Besides PhoXi 3D Scanners, BPS 1.7.0 now also supports MotionCam-3D. This opens a lot of new opportunities for your projects due to faster image acquisition times, which is ideal for hand-eye applications.

➤ Set unique scanning parameters for different objects
Use one single scanner for picking objects with different shapes and materials. You can define unique scanning profiles for each object, whether you use PhoXi 3D Scanner or MotionCam-3D.

➤ Define conditions for stopping object localization
In the new version of Bin Picking Studio, you can stop localization after a specific number of objects has been localized or when no new object has been localized for a certain time period.

➤ Designate multiple scene states
You can define multiple scene states if the robotic cell state changes during bin picking. If you assign an object to a specific scene state, it will be present only when that scene state is active.

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