Top 5 computer vision trends to focus in 2019

Monday, December 17, 2018


 

In the industry such as computer vision where advanced technologies are being launched drastically, emerging tech trends are incredibly evolving. Based on the new research, the computer vision solutions market is expected to be valued at 11.94 billion U.S. dollars in 2018 and will reach 17.38 billion U.S. dollars by 2023. The growth of the market is mainly driven by the increasing adoption of AI-powered computer vision solutions in autonomous&semiautonomous vehicles, and consumer drones; and the rising Industry 4.0 adoption. Recent advancements in computer vision, comprising advanced cameras, deep learning solutions, image sensors, have increased the scope for computer vision systems to be used in a wide range of applications in various industries. Having all that in mind let’s take a look at a list of the top trends businesses should keep an eye on in 2019.


Top computer vision trends to keep an eye on in 2019


#1. Industrial systems of computer vision. Vision inspection solutions to medical devices, pharmaceuticals, food&drink, automotive industries provide vision systems for quality control, and robotic vision are believed to be prevalent in 2019.
#2. Cloud-based deep learning. The coming wave of 5G for autonomous vehicles provides the ability to perform cloud-based machine vision computation. Deep learning algorithms using Convolutional Neural Network classifiers allows image classification, object detection, segmentation at speed. Development of these new deep learning and AI-powered systems will grow in 2019.
#3. Robotics. The use of robots in industrial automation is increasingly fast. They help to streamline processes by doing repetitive tasks whereas employee could better spend time on projects that require critical thinking. That’s why robots are handling routine functions that increase productivity without negatively impacting quality.
#4. More advanced optics selection. A set of optical components is going to become more complicated due to the increased resolution and sensitivity of modern image sensors. As sensors achieve larger or smaller pixels than before, optical equipment has to compensate for more unique capabilities of images.
#5. Thermal imaging industrial inspection. Traditionally, these cameras are utilized for defense, security, and public safety. While computer vision can see a production problem, it cannot detect thermal irregularities. Thermal imagery combined with computer vision provides solutions to the issues that can’t be seen by eye or standard camera systems. Thermal imaging offers non-contact precision temperature measurement and non-destructive testing an area of machine vision and automation control set to grow.

Final words

Staying on top of the rapid pace of change in the computer vision is critical to constantly promote productivity and growth of your business. These top five trends listed above will be the most impactful in the computer vision sector in 2019. Using this knowledge, companies can truly benefit from these trends. We, at Provision Lab, can help you if you have any questions or want to turn any trend into reality.