Bangalore, Dec 1 (UNI) Soliton Technologies today launched an indigenously developed digital camera system to image products in the assembly line.
Talking to newspersons here, Soliton Technologies CEO Ganesh Devaraj said the camera system, costing Rs two lakh on the baseline, was tested by eight different manufacturing plants.
The system called ''spot it'' could spot defects on the assembly line and automatically control an actuator to remove the defective part from the production line.
The system was developed after three years of R and D efforts, Dr Devaraj said.
The company was aiming at a sales target of Rs three crore by December 2008.
Apart from exporting the new product to US, the company plans to export the new system to North America.
''While there is a strong demand for machine vision solutions in Indian Industry, there are no qualified machine vision systems integrators in India who can address the requirement,'' he said.
With a turnover of Rs five crore, the company was looking forward to grow both within the country and abroad through the latest launch. Though the company was funding its research through internal accruals, it planned to seek a venture capital at a later date, he added.