Radiant Vision Systems to Showcase Portfolio of Automated Visual Inspection Solutions at Display Week ‘15

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Radiant Vision Systems will demonstrate automated visual inspection solutions at Display Week ’15, June 2-4, 2015 at the San Jose Convention Center. Radiant’s booth will feature live applications for quality verification and defect detection in smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and TVs.

With display devices trending toward larger screen sizes and higher resolutions, plus the use of high quality displays for virtual reality devices and wearables, there is an increasing need for quality inspection.

Radiant Vision Systems, a leading provider of test and measurement solutions to the flat panel display industry, will demonstrate its automated visual inspection solutions at Display Week ’15. The exhibition, which takes place June 2-4, 2015 at the San Jose Convention Center, showcases the latest advances in electronic display technology. Radiant’s booth, #834, will feature live applications for quality verification and defect detection in smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and TVs. The company’s integrated CCD-based camera systems are also used for quality inspection of automotive, medical, and other embedded displays.

“Automated visual inspection solutions, like those we provide at Radiant, are particularly relevant to this year’s conference agenda, and to the larger conversation taking place in the display industry,” remarked Hubert Kostal, VP of Sales and Marketing for Radiant. “With display devices trending toward larger screen sizes and higher resolutions, plus the use of high quality displays for virtual reality devices and wearables, there is an increasing need for quality inspection. Even a subtle imperfection can make the difference between a great customer experience and a returned product. In addition,” continues Kostal, “cost reduction initiatives are driving demand for inspection points earlier in the manufacturing process. By implementing automated visual inspection systems in their upstream processes, manufacturers can catch defects in components and sub-assemblies early, simplifying rework and improving yield after final assembly.”

At Display Week, visitors to the Radiant booth can see a variety of live application configurations, highlighting the capabilities of each of the three model families in the company’s ProMetric® line of imaging colorimeters/ photometers. Solutions include uniformity testing of tablet PCs with the ProMetric® I16, mura detection in TV displays with the ProMetric® G3, and visual surface inspection of notebook PCs with the ProMetric® Y29, all driven by Radiant’s TrueTest™ analysis software. Visitors can also participate in the company’s interactive video game, designed to illustrate the performance of TrueTest™ in a fun and interactive way. Finally, Radiant will debut two new innovations at the exhibition: the ProMetric® I29, a 29MP colorimeter designed for fast takt times and high resolution in production environments, and a novel application configuration that integrates the I29 with multiple spectrometers to test smartphone displays. The unique solution enables manufacturers to perform quality tests and capture spectral measurements on multiple devices in a single step.

About Radiant Vision Systems
Radiant Vision Systems changed its name from Radiant Zemax in January 2015. The name is new, but Radiant’s worldwide installed base has a proven track record that dates back more than 20 years. Leaders in display and lighting devices turn to Radiant’s test and measurement systems to ensure quality, reduce costs, and improve efficiencies. Based in Redmond, WA, with offices in Shanghai, China, and Seongnam, South Korea, Radiant Vision System’s product lines include TrueTest ™ automated visual inspection software for display systems and ProMetric® imaging colorimeters, photometers and light source measurement systems.

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