EVS, an innovator in the science of camera-based automatic vision inspection for textile fabrics and technical webs, said the solution combines two complementary technologies which solves the problem of inspecting denim, a material which poses many difficulties for human inspection.
“Over the last 5 years, we have successfully created a versatile and flexible platform for our SVC program for exactly these reasons. Denim, an enormous market for EVS, has always been a fabric that our technology just could not conquer, until now. Our engineers have successfully combined multiple SVC modules to create an extraordinary product for this difficult fabric,” said Sam Cohen, CEO of EVS.
“Today, we can proudly say that we have a real, consistent, reliable automatic inspection system for denim fabrics,” he added. (NA)
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