New technology improves quality control in manufacturing
Vision AI software company, Neurala has announced the launch of its AI explainability technology, purpose-built for applications in industrial and manufacturing. The new feature helps manufacturers improve quality inspections by accurately identifying objects in an image that are causing a particular problem or present an anomaly.
Partnership to accelerate AI tech for Industry 4.0 initiatives
Vision AI software company, Neurala has announced a new strategic partnership with global manufacturing company, IMA Group. The partnership will deliver AI solutions for industrial machines, focused on field testing of AI that enables monitoring and provides actionable insights from data collected through IIoT systems.
Neurala launches channel partner program to bring vision AI to manufacturers
Vision AI software company, Neurala has announced the launch of its Neurala VIA Authorised Partner program, to help manufacturers leverage the power of vision AI to improve quality inspection and adapt to fluctuating consumer demand. Neurala VIA Authorised Partners are a global network of integrators and distributors with expertise in helping manufacturers adopt automation and implement Industry 4.0 initiatives.
Driving quality inspection automation in a post pandemic world
Quality drives success, and this holds true for PCBA manufacturers - large companies producing for their own products, as well as contract manufacturers working for a variety of customers. While until now high quality assurance has been the province of human skilled supervision, constraints on workforce availability and the need to avoid social proximity on the production line are imposing new challenges in an already very competitive industry. T...
Software to help manufacturers improve quality inspection
Vision AI software company, Neurala has announced its VIA (Vision Inspection Automation) software: an integrated solution to help manufacturers improve quality inspection on the production line while scaling to meet product demands.