A Vision Validator is a person who confirms or makes dreams become a reality. Jackson, interim president of Bethune-Cookman University. By achieving these goals, we honor the heritage of Bethune-Cookman University and its future. Mary Mc Leod Bethune, which will live on through the leadership and service of Bethune-Cookman University alumni and friends for generations to come. Bethune’s vision is woven prominently into the fabric of the University.
Bethune-Cookman University has a long and distinguished history and a promising future. We ask for the prayers and participation of ten million people to validate this vision.
It’s a long journey that begins with a single step.
The validation of the program is dependent on the integrity of this serialized information which is managed and verified throughout the supply chain by vision systems.
Another critical concern is unauthorized changes made internally to bypass inspections as well as unauthorized changes that may seem innocuous but are actually detrimental to the quality or integrity of the product.
The danger is particularly great for regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals and medical devices where a failure of the manufacturing process could possibly lead to a customer injury.
The personal computers that these systems run on as well as the programmable logic controllers (PLCs) used to execute many industrial processes are now usually connected to the larger corporate network in order to provide management reporting of production systems and communicate product data and information.
Vision systems often store or generate sensitive information such as product tolerances, inspection recipes and quality control data.
A particular concern involves the transfer of serialized data in the pharmaceutical industry.
Various international traceability and serialization initiatives are being implemented to protect billion dollar drugs from counterfeiting.
The critical role that vision plays in many manufacturing processes makes it essential that system security be improved for vision applications.
A new generation of vision-specific security tools offers improvements in access control, change tracking, auditing and general network security to help ensure the integrity of vision applications while at the same time protecting data confidentiality.
Vision system security concerns A few decades ago, when production systems were primarily analog, they were often completely isolated from outside access.
Since that time, plant operations have migrated to PC-based controls and monitoring with graphical human machine interfaces (HMIs) to graphically depict facility processes in real time.