About us

Italvision is a leading company, specialized in the design, manufacture and marketing of systems for quality control in production lines through computer vision. Italvision was established in 1996 by merging people and companies with a ten-year experience in the ceramic industry, in addition to the contribution of young collaborators and high-qualified designers, aiming at developing technologically advanced systems using computer vision, which guarantee many applications not only in the ceramic industry, but also in other sectors, such as the food industry.

Today Italvision is the ideal partner, able to offer high-tech products and customised solutions, thanks to the many-year experience and the know-how acquired in the ceramic industry.

The integration of Italvision computer vision systems into production lines leads to improvement in quality standards of the final product. The systems designed by Italvision are easy-to-use thanks to a user-friendly man-machine interface, combined with a high technology thus allowing an accurate inspection also for large-scale productions. This is an advantage not only in terms of production but also of costs cut: a thorough control guarantees better outcomes as well as lower costs.

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

Flexibility (quick 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

The main important Italvision’s products are highlighted below:


Automatic sorting system for ceramic tiles


Quality control system for unfired material; it can be used during the production process, guaranteeing a constant and uniform control over the years.


System for structure recognition, especially conceived for digital printing.


Modular size system for the control of work-size, diagonal and flatness.


System especially conceived for the control of packaging intactness of food products packed inside heat-sealed trays.