Pitched as the world’s first plug and play system for visual quality inspection, the Inspekto S70 uses several artificial intelligence (AI) engines working in tandem to reduce total cost of defect (TCD). The system is stand-alone, self-setting, self-adjusting and self-learning.

Inspekto’s S70 can even adapt its own settings in response to environmental changes, including lighting, handling methods and line vibrations. Set up requires only 20-30 good samples, and no defective ones. In addition, the device can inspect multiple products – or multiple models of the same product – at a single inspection location, something not possible with any other system, says the company.

Affordability in combination with integration-less deployment means machine vision inspection can now be brought into applications where it was not feasible before, due to high costs, long wait times or too many iterations.

The Inspekto S70 is already bringing profitability and productivity gains to manufacturers in all industry sectors, including major OEMs such as Bosch, BSH, Daimler, Mahle, Schneider Electric and BMW.

“Inspekto has proved that AMV is possible, forever changing the machine vision ecosystem,” explains Harel Boren, CEO of Inspekto. “However, decades of long wait times and expensive, ineffective integrated solutions means some people in the industry still believe AMV is too good to be true. During our demonstrations, we prove that the S70 really can address any visual QA challenge. In fact, the benefits of the Inspekto S70 are so compelling that no company has failed to place an order after having a live demonstration on its production lines.”