How autonomous machine vision can help ward off the looming recession
30 September 2020
The Great Depression that hit the US in the 1930s was probably the worst economic recession ever registered. To guide the country out of it, President Roosevelt launched a series of programmes, public work projects and financial reforms known as the New Deal.
While the economic implications of COVID-19 threaten to shadow the Great Depression, Harel Boren, CEO and Co-Founder of Inspekto, explains why Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV) could be the new New Deal.
Today, we are facing a risk of a major global recession as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As manufacturers are planning the resumption of work after the shutdown period, experts predict that a major global recession might be inevitable.
To ward off its negative impact, ‘affordable flexibility’ is key. Manufacturers need the ability to adapt, adjust and modify their production lines cost effectively. This will allow them to meet changing needs in a dynamic and competitive environment. Most importantly, plant managers need ready-to-use, out-of-the-box technology that delivers added value right away, and that they can manage on their own without any help from external experts.
For industrial inspection, Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV) – a new category in machine vision for visual quality assurance (QA) – offers this and much more.
Read the full article in the October issue of DPA
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