The biggest drawback of manual visual inspection is that humans make mistakes. Tired workers often miss defects that ‘escape’ the quality screens on the production floor and leak into finished goods packages or into integrated systems. When these defects are discovered or surface at a later stage often by end customers, users or consumers, it is too late and very costly to fix. The Cost of Poor Quality (CoPQ) in these cases is significant. It includes – among other elements – the costs of returned or rejected goods (RMA), scrap, rework and in many cases the negative impact on brand reputation and end customer dissatisfaction.
Israel based Kitov is paving the way towards smart manufacturing, by developing the technology to enable smart computer-driven visual inspection and support manufacturers along their digital transformation path.
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