2D technology is designed for inspection applications of materials manufactured in continuous or static process.

In any case, currently, this technology is imposed in many other production and inspection processes, such as verification of presence/absence of components and measurements of products using the 2D technique.

Neadvance’s Inspect2D solution is optimized with the most advanced artificial vision algorithms for 2D dimensional analysis and positioning, identification, measurement, detection and classification of defects in various industrial processes.

Car radios, navigation units and the most recent instrument panels offer an experience far beyond the classic hand pointers and audio.

This new equipment offers an experience beyond the classic audio, adding video, display, entertainment, telecommunication and Internet features.
The ever-growing number of features leads to increased complexity in mechanical and electronic components.

Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that all devices reach the client in perfect condition and functioning according to specifications.

The importance of tyres in road safety is of great relevance. Car tyres are the only elements in direct contact with the road.

Car manufacturers select OE (Original Equipment) tyres to optimise performance based on the vehicle’s characteristics. OE tyres must be marked according to radiuses and specific angular positions which can detect critical points. These markings ensure the best possible performance on the road as well as less wear and tear when the tyre is correctly fitted onto the rim. Manual inspection is highly subjective, time-consuming and lacks the precision required by this process.

Car seats play a crucial role in the experience and comfort of both driver and passengers.

Injected foam is the basic component in the manufacture of car seats and the inspection is usually done manually. With this procedure, the occurrence of defects in the production process leads to inefficiencies in production, in terms of costs related to raw materials and wasted final products, since the defective product cannot be repaired.

The beverage filling industries, in particular the beer industry, use kegs with different capacities to store their products.

Since this is reusable packaging, it is necessary to ensure that the connection systems of the kegs are free from leakage, in order to maintain the quality of the product until it reaches the client.

Therefore, leakage inspection in the filling line is crucial, but it does carry significant technical difficulties. The traditional system – the weighing of the kegs and the inference of the liquid level – is far from being efficient.