Radiant Vision Systems

Radiant Vision Systems

22908 NE Alder Crest Dr., STE 100
Redmond, Washington 98053
Phone: +1 425-844-0152
About the Company

Radiant Vision Systems engineers advanced imaging systems to critically evaluate light, color, manufacturing integrity, and surface quality of illuminated displays and device assemblies. Using photometric imagers calibrated to human visual perception of light and color, Radiant solutions offer the most sophisticated inspection technology for meeting customer expectations for quality in high-value devices and surfaces in electronics, automotive, aerospace, and beyond. In addition to performing light and color measurements, Radiant’s high-resolution and high-dynamic-range automated visual inspection solutions enable pixel-level measurements of assemblies and displays, ensuring absolute accuracy of assembled components, blemish-free surfaces, and an elevated brand perception. Radiant products include TrueTest™ Software, ProMetric® Imaging Colorimeters and Photometers, conoscope lens for viewing angle performance measurement, and the most extensive machine vision software tool library for production-level measurement and control.

Radiant Vision Systems ProMetric photometric imaging solutions are uniquely designed to make determinations about the types and scope of defects that may result in actionable errors, while bringing speed, objectivity, repeatability, and quantifiable data to production. Radiant inspection systems allow manufacturers to integrate the same turnkey system in display measurement, assembly verification, surface inspection, viewing angle performance, and dimensional gauging – greatly reducing time and cost to implement a solution. ProMetric cameras feature scientific-grade CCD sensors with resolution to 29MP. These sensors enable pixel-level measurements of assemblies and displays, inter- and intra-character luminance measurements, uniformity inspection for unpredictable errors in unprogrammed locations, and precision classification of surface defects (such as dents, scratches, and smudges) using the camera's extremely high dynamic range.