But that's not all:
The processes are monitored centrally on the screen, which saves time-consuming inspection rounds. Faults are detected directly. Two cameras are mounted on a 12-meter crane. The crane can distinguish between several thousand different qualities and dimensions and can sort them fully automatically. And it can do all this even at temperatures of up to -25°C, as the camera housings are shielded securely. A special concept is being implemented in Giessen using black and white images. These can provide better contrast in difficult conditions, such as twilight or at night. The low network loads also reduce costs.