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Novarc launches NovEye™
Novarc launches NovEye™
Novarc Technologies has announced the launch of a new breakthrough vision based software product called NovEye™ which increases the level of autonomy in Novarc’s Spool Welding Robot (SWR) by an order of magnitude.
NovEye™ uses machine learning to track the root pass with high accuracy, measure the root gap and detect the tacks (stitches) automatically.
Novarc’s SWR was officially launched at FABTECH last year, and since then has become increasingly popular among fabricators due to its precision and dexterity, enhanced by these new features.
“With the NovEye™ software product and its features, our customers benefit from a higher level of autonomy with less risk of defects. The advantage with NovEye™ is SWR operators can now perform more welds while spending less time on each weld,” said Soroush Karimzadeh, CEO of Novarc Technologies.
This advantage is made possible because the NovEye™ integrates artificial intelligence and machine vision with adaptive control in a complete package producing high quality full penetration 1G root pass welds with minimum operator involvement.
“This capability is exceptional in the industry and is a major milestone for us and our customers. For the first time, AI and machine learning are introduced to the fabricator’s shop floor and will have a meaningful impact on their bottom line. This is very exciting time for us as Novarc is at the forefront of the Industry 4.0 revolution with this unique offering,” inform Karimzadeh.
The company also announced the integration with the Miller Auto-Continuum™ power source with the SWR to allow customers to access familiar welding processes currently in use into their manual pipe welding process, including RMD and pulse process provided by Miller Electric.
“This integration will improve the learning curve and facilitate better buy-in from operation teams for shops who require a Miller power source in their shop,” said Karimzadeh.
The NovEye™ will be released in 2019 for existing and future customers.