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Advanced Imaging goes to space

Tuesday 3rd November, 2020

We’ve been looking at lots of AI technology lately, especially around image inspection in the automotive industry. But, imaging spans much more than this, there are infinite possibilities. Literally. Recently we heard that a Mars rover will be studying the Red Planet using advanced imaging technology. The Perseverance rover is landing on Mars in February […]

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ŠKODA kicks off an AI pilot project with Image Analysis

Monday 26th October, 2020

With ambitious plans to digitalise every area of their business, ŠKODA have increasingly invested time and energy into AI (artificial intelligence) applications. One of many areas that ŠKODA have focused on include image analysis technology. At the moment, ŠKODA uses this technology to find parking spaces available on their factory premises but they have ideas […]

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How Goodyear is improving tyre life with AI

Friday 25th September, 2020

At Shelton, we discuss the latest advancements in AI and automated inspection systems regularly on our blog. It’s common for us to talk about how this ever-growing industry can help streamline production lines, decrease defects and increase efficiency. But, they do much more, and in other parts of the automotive industry (for instance). Earlier this […]

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Industry 4.0 adoption – Renault Partnering with Google Cloud

Friday 11th September, 2020

Industry 4.0 is something you may have heard about a lot recently, it’s the fourth industrial revolution. Companies all across the industries have been advancing their technology, especially in AI and Automation. In fact, Google Cloud and Groupe Renault announced a technology partnership to accelerate the process. This partnership aims at optimising their independently operated […]

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How Honda is excelling their production lines with AI

Friday 28th August, 2020

AI (artificial intelligence) is not something you always see in the automotive world, it’s ticking away making things run like clockwork. Honda is a prime example of how AI can help you inspect cars quicker and more efficiently. They describe it as having ‘superpowers’, and they’re not far wrong. Dennis Clark, managing director of strategic […]

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