Visual Inspection is routinely carried out across industry to determine whether a structure, product, component or process meets the specified requirements.
Typical examples include the detection of product defects in-service or during maintenance and as part of manufacturing in-process monitoring. Such inspection is usually carried out by a trained individual who has sufficient knowledge and experience to visually identify faults and non-conformant quality and performance.
Automated Inspection technology offers a range of benefits, and provides a more efficient and streamlined solution for inspecting difficult to access or hazardous environment and areas. It reduces both the inspection time, and the cost of inspection while increasing output and productivity, enabling the standardisation and automation of documenting assets, e.g. for condition of supply documentation.