ISW – more than a vision!
Whether Data Matrix, Optical Character Recognition or customer-specific Machine Vision …
Our company, INDUSTRIELLE SENSORSYSTEME WICHMANN GMBH, has been your competent partner for superior machine vision solutions for over 20 years.
We define, analyze, and create prototypes for highly complex tasks in industrial and commercial applications during all steps of the process. With over 5,000 installed cameras and roughly 1,000 systems worldwide, we have demonstrated our expertise, quality, and reliability literally thousands of times.
In addition to the technical implementation and installation of the hardware selected in consultation with our customers, ISW GmbH also provides guidance and support for your entire project. Inside our 11,840-square-foot facility, the highly qualified members of our team select and implement the appropriate solution for you, from the initial analysis of your requirements to the development of individualized concepts. Where appropriate, the process can include constructing the necessary machines.
We are committed to being a steadfast partner to our customers and to providing them with fully functional solutions and our best possible support. We also have continuously trained partners at our disposal that help us fulfill this commitment. Together with our partners, no task is too complicated or too unusual. We feel confident in offering feasible solutions without fearing that the application might prove to be flawed when put into practice. Our detection rates of over 99% speak for themselves. ISW GmbH’s machine vision systems and the use of Data Matrix Codes enable customers that use machine processing solutions to optimize new and existing manufacturing lines.
For the foreseeable future, it would be impossible to imagine today’s industry without machine vision systems and Data Matrix Codes. They are essential for ensuring quality, flexibility, speed and traceability in the current market condition of harsh competition and stagnant prices.
07.09.2016 Hamburg: Siemens Branchentreff Nord 2016