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UVeye Developing Inspection Systems Featuring AI

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Aug. 28, 2019—An Israeli company is introducing new artificial-intelligence technology that promises to change how automakers, fleet operators and new- and used-car dealerships inspect vehicles.

UVeye is working with five carmakers to develop vehicle-inspection systems on assembly lines and dealerships. The company has raised more than $35 million in investment capital since 2017 to begin the deployment of inspection systems at Volvo, Skoda, Daimler and Toyota Tsusho. 

 The company currently offers three basic product lines:              

  • Atlas – A 360-inspection system that scans sheet metal and other external body components such as bumpers, door locks, windows and more.
  • Artemis – A product offering that checks tire wear and quality, including tire pressure, tread wear and sidewall flaws.
  • Helios – An underbody scanning system that captures problems such as frame damage and fluid leaks, as well as brake and exhaust system issues.

UVeye CEO Amir Hever noted that Volvo is planning to introduce Helios and Atlas inspection systems at manufacturing facilities and dealerships.

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