Ceramic industry

The evermore urged evolution in the ceramic product design, both in terms of decorated tiles and structures, calls for a versatile system able to check a wide range of different materials.

Thanks to a ten-year experience in designing systems for the control of quality and production processes, Italvision has developed a computer vision technology capable of offering many applications to the ceramic industry.

Its long-standing experience allowed Italvision to become the ideal partner offering its clients high-tech products.

Italvision’s extensive know-how about the control of quality and production allows to offer high-profile systems able to guarantee a twenty-four-seven constant operation, with a 100% control of the production process, high ease of use, flexibility, traceability of checked items.

A remote control of the whole system facilitates any operation both in terms of diagnostics and advices for configuration and/or adjustment of any function and parameters concerned.

Making use of Italvision’s computer vision systems on ceramic production lines leads to an improvement in quality standards of finished product.

Accuracy, compactness, ease of use and quick size-change are just a few of the main features marking out Italvision’s products.


Ever since, the key strengths of Italvision’s systems are:

  • Flexibility (quick size-change)
  • Ergonomic (user-friendly Man-Machine interface)
  • Traceability (saving of all checked products)
  • Minimum dimensions (compact solution)
  • Quality management
  • 100% control, unchanged over time
  • 24/7 operation
  • High flow rate with a stable control level


Great efforts have been made for obtaining a software more and more intuitive and simple; colours and different symbols for each function facilitates the operator job. Icons and simple terms make understanding intuitive.

Italvision systems can be installed on production lines and do not require being operated by skilled personnel. Production can be started up in a very short time.



  • Improvement in quality standards
  • Reduction of operating costs
  • Productive capacity increase
  • Constant and uniform sorting criterion over time

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