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How car manufacturers are ramping up quality with automated systems

Friday 29th May, 2020

For many years, automated systems have been used by car manufacturers to identify inconsistencies and imperfections in their product line. Systems, like ours at Shelton, can find defects before they progress any further in the process. Today, in this blog, we’ll be talking about our take on how one key manufacturer is using this technology […]

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Innovating the Automotive Industry with AI

Monday 20th April, 2020

AI automation in the automotive industry is nothing new. It’s been helping manufacturers for years deliver high quality products, reducing human resources and ensuring consistency. AI is helping many car manufacturers around the world configure their parts together correctly, so employees can spend more time on creative work rather than inspecting. Being an Automated Surface […]

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Shelton Vision – COVID-19 Statement

Friday 3rd April, 2020

We, at Shelton Vision, have been monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 very closely. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has now declared COVID-19 as a pandemic, and the UK Government is advising we all undertake special measures to avoid high levels of social contact with other people. We can inform you that this pandemic will not […]

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Western Power charges forward with automated inspection

Friday 6th March, 2020

Western Power connects over 2 million customers covering an area in Western Australia bigger than the United Kingdom. The South West Interconnected Network (SWIN) is one of the largest grids on the planet and spans approximately 255,000 square kilometres. One of the largest challenges facing Western Power is maintaining a grid that spans from Kalbarri […]

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Automated inspection trial to begin on Dubai Metro tunnels

Monday 13th January, 2020

The Roads and Transport Authority of Dubai (RTA) is to trial automated technology as part of various initiatives undertaken by the Dubai Metro. The trial will inspect over 14km of network tunnels. Drones will be used to accurately assess the condition of the tunnels, with the end goal of reducing inspection times, especially for the […]

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