Safety is a top priority for everyone involved in the construction industry. Every year, falls cause thousands of fatalities and injuries. The construction industry, a significant portion of which is made up of contractors and subcontractors, depends on a varied supply chain that is vulnerable to error.
In this article, we will show you Computer Vision Solutions for Construction Safety.
Automated Visual Inspection: how it works, use-cases, and why you definitely need it as a final step of manufacturing
Every product manufacturer faces the challenge of ensuring the quality of its products at production sites. Especially small to medium size manufacturers often run their quality assurance process manually which consumes excessive time and resources. Here comes automated visual inspection, which is designed by AI to automate this step.
Wondering what the differences are between face recognition and face verification? This blog highlights the differences, explores the differences in algorithms used to perform this process and offers insight into how these technologies can be used in different applications.
Implementing automatic user onboarding technologies can speed up the process of verifying your new users, while reducing your business costs and improving the overall user experience as a whole. We provide software solutions to help with this.
Computer vision is shaping the way we view and interact with the world. Computer vision has also been one of the main drivers in the machine automation process. Computer vision uses an algorithm to generate a digital image that can be processed on a computer. Computer vision technology has already proven its worth in many different spheres, such as manufacturing and healthcare.
New frontiers in KYC compliance are now being opened up with the implementation of Computer Vision and Deep Learning technology. This new technology can help companies stay compliant with regulatory checks while also increasing efficiency in their operations. So what is the future for this type of technology? Let’s explore how it may be used to verify individuals and execute regulatory checks!
For the majority of logistics and transportation companies, highways are a crucial part of the journey – and these highways, many of which are privately owned, usually charge a toll for road maintenance. To this end, to help streamline the billing process, a growing number of highways are implementing hands-free payment solutions, including automated gates, cameras, and antennas.
This article will discuss how computer vision can be used by brewers to solve previously unsolvable problems they have faced in their business practices like quality control and production efficiency.
How do business owners use computer vision to grow their business: Popular use cases of computer vision in retail
Here, we are going to discourse some of the most prominent Computer Vision Use Cases in Retail:
While there are endless applications of machine vision in manufacturing units but let’s have a look at cases where CV can help in improving the productivity and revenues of any manufacturing unit.