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Inspectorio introduces two ground-breaking solutions

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Oct '19
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Inspectorio, the global quality and sustainability verification network platform, has introduced Inspectrum, a colour reader integration, and Smart Tape, a measurement integration, to solve two key issues to drive measureable improvements in production process. The company will debut Inspectrum and Smart Tape on October 8 at Pi Apparel Europe in Italy.

Inspectorio, continues to provide valuable solutions to the industry. The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) network platform empowers brands, retailers and their suppliers to optimise for more efficient, accurate and transparent quality and sustainability. It enhances production chain collaboration, visibility and predictive intelligence.

"At Inspectorio we are constantly looking for ways to simplify the pains that many of our users experience. Based on the data gathered in the Inspectorio platform, we discovered that colour reading and performing measurements cause substantial issues for our users during inspection execution," said Carlos Moncayo Castillo, co-founder and CEO of Inspectorio. "With Inspectorio Inspectrum and Smart Tape we have created tools that address these two idiosyncratic and fallible aspects of inspection. Now, with these integrations our users are able to upload more accurate data into the Inspectorio platform. As a result, they will be able to leverage machine learning to provide the most accurate predictions and enable more efficient continuous improvement."

Inspectorio, which has redefined the formerly analog – and often highly subjective – inspection process, continues to build and refine its digital interface to optimise immediate results and enable greater connectivity and transparency in the production chain.

Inspectrum, Inspectorio’s colour reader integration, was developed to assure the accuracy of color - one of the most important characteristics of a product. Most companies rely on subjective processes to assess whether the colour of what they’re producing truly matches the colour of what was originally designed. Variance in technique and environment make colour more difficult to accurately perceive. A change in lighting, for example, is a consistent issue in colour inspections. Common solutions are costly, with many organisations implementing light rooms specifically for this section of the inspection process.

Inspectorio Inspectrum generates the perfect lighting to guarantee a correct result, allowing inspectors to quickly and easily verify whether the colour of an item matches that of an approved sample. With Inspectrum organisations will gather objective data on colour discrepancies that go beyond human perception with a 99 per cent accuracy rate.

Similarly, Inspectorio Smart Tape revolutionises another labour-intensive and time-consuming part of the inspection process, shaving off 60 per cent of the time traditionally required to perform inspection measurements. Typically, two people are needed to perform the measurement, with one inspector reading out the points of measurement and the other inspector manually recording the findings. The result is expensive and often results in inaccurate data. With the Inspectorio Smart Tape, organisations will realise more accurate measurements in less than half the time.

Inspectorio’s Smart Tape integration streamlines and automates the measurement process as it reads the points of measurement to the inspector and records the measurements automatically onto the Smart Tape device. The data is uploaded in real-time in the Inspectorio application, where it is included in the final inspection report. The result is a higher level of accuracy and less time spent performing measurements.

"We are in an era where intense focus is rightfully being placed on sustainable and responsible manufacturing," Moncayo said. "By catching errors early in the process, organisations can avoid producing product that is destined to be wasted and limit the loss of time and financial investment."

Inspectorio is a quality and sustainability network platform, powered by artificial intelligence. Its unique network dynamic increases collaboration and connectivity between key stakeholders (brand, retailers, factories, vendors, and third-party inspection agencies), developing robust algorithms for automation and continuous improvement. They enable organisations committed to providing continuous quality and sustainability standards to build a digital ecosystem around their global production chain, delivering unparalleled efficiency, transparency, and accuracy.

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