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How to do garment quality right in 2022

Thursday 10th February, 2022

Year-on-Year, there is an increasing demand for improving quality control for the garment industry. There’s no doubt that automation is, as always, the most cost effective solution to this demand, especially for manufacturers. We’ve touched on previously how in the garment industry, quality control is practised from the very beginning stages of sourcing raw materials, […]

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How the offshore industry is embracing inspection AI

Wednesday 22nd December, 2021

As we close 2021, it’s clear that automated inspection systems are continuing to grow in popularity. It’ll only continue into 2022, just wait and see. The latest industry to be embracing inspection AI is the offshore sector. The offshore industry is oil and gas extraction, but is increasingly going green – for instance, ‘offshore wind […]

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Automation in Pipeline Inspection

Tuesday 7th December, 2021

On our blog, we’re always talking about how machine technology and AI can improve your automotive workflows. However, there is plenty of technology in various other industries, like the offshore oil and gas production sectors – which is a key talking point in the news currently. Inspection is crucial, in order to reduce the environmental […]

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Machine vision can improve injection moulding

Friday 29th October, 2021

The automotive industry doesn’t stop, it’s always moving. Ensuring your quality assurance is up to scratch comes with the job. A new trend in automated vision inspection is the use of autonomous machine vision (AMV).

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Kal Tire Develop Autonomous Tyre Inspection System

Tuesday 28th September, 2021

Leading tyre supply and management partner, Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group, have teamed up with vision systems specialists Pitcrew AI, to develop an autonomous detection system. The solution is able to identify hot tyres, tyre separations and other tyre damage, without the vehicle needing to stop. Any defects or abnormalities are transmitted directly into TOMS, […]

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