Now it's time to set how LiLz Gauge extracts readings from your images of float gauges.
Defining Which Part of an Image Needs Reading
1. First, select "Add Gauge" and then you will be given an array of gauge types to choose from.
2. Select "Float (Beta)" and then click on "Next" at the bottom of the screen.
3. Now you'll want to specify which part of the image the AI needs to read. When you're done with this, click "Next" again.
4. Drag the square boxes (■) so that the front of the gauge is facing the camera before clicking on "Next".
You have now finished specifying which sections of your images the AI needs to read.
Editing Float Gauge Annotation Settings
Here you can define the locations of the measurements and the float on your gauge.
1. Click on the button that says "Undefined" next to the "Maximum Measurement" header, then click on the maximum measurement on your gauge.
2. After inputting the maximum measurement on your gauge, repeat the same steps to specify the minimum measurement on your float gauge.
3. If necessary, you can repeat the same steps for all the other measurements on the gauge.
4. Now drag the marker that is flashing red and yellow so it lines up with the float gauge's present measurement.
Please set which area the AI needs to measure in accordance with the shape of your float.
The float gauge we have in our example requires you to take measurements based on the top of the float, so we have moved the marker up to that point. However, some other floats, such as circular ones, require you to take measurements based on the center of the float.
5. Click on the button that says "Undefined" next to the "Float Area" header, and drag the red box so that it covers the entire float.
If you find you are getting inconsistent readings, adjusting the red box so it only partially covers the float can improve accuracy.
6. Click on "Next" and then "Confirm" after you have finished checking your test inspection results.