Automated Enterprise Metrology Solutions
Perceptron’s extensive portfolio of automated dimensional gauging, dimensional inspection and measurement products, robotic guidance, gap & flush measurement and 3D scanning solutions, with over 30 years of experience, uniquely qualifies us as your enterprise metrology partner.
Companies globally rely on Perceptron’s metrology solutions to assist in managing their complex manufacturing processes to improve quality, shorten product launch times and reduce costs. More than 900 system, 12,000 Perceptron measuring sensors and over 3,000 Coord3 coordinate measuring machine are in active daily use worldwide. Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan USA with subsidiary operations in Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Spain, Japan, Singapore, Spain and the UK.
To remain the global leader in supplying advanced metrology technology and assisting customers identify and solve their measurement and quality problems.
Perceptron (NASDAQ:PRCP) was founded in 1981 by graduates of The General Motors Institute (formerly GMI and now Kettering University). Working closely with the automotive industry they analyzed and comprehended the damaging effects of process variation on complex product assembly operations and concluded “a process which cannot be measured can never be effectively controlled or optimized”.
Through revolutionary machine vision and pioneering engineering efforts they created a unique and innovative measurement solution that not only allowed fast and efficient containment of quality problems as they occurred, but also provided the ability to pro-actively seek-out and reduce process variation. The final result was groundbreaking – the first viable, in-process, 100% dimensional measurement solution capable of being deployed in the harshest of manufacturing environments. Building on its original foundation Perceptron has continued to flourish and evolve under the guiding principles of our Five Diamond Focus philosophy, embedded within our logo, of Customer, Product, Research, Organization and Process.