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SKODA FabLab tests and optimises image analysis technology as part of an AI pilot project

To this end, ŠKODA AUTO is also using a test balloon on its factory premises in Mladá Boleslav. The AI-based image analysis technology can be used in several different ways in various applications.

Miroslav Kroupa, Head of Brand Management at ŠKODA AUTO, emphasised, In manufacturing, AI-based image analysis, for example, makes it possible to detect anomalies on equipment even before they become an issue. This will provide us with more flexibility in terms of scheduling required maintenance work and will prevent costly disruptions to production processes. Identifying available parking spaces as part of a pilot project is a great way to optimise the image analysis technology prior to integrating it into everyday operations.

The AI technology will contribute towards managing processes more efficiently and sustainably, increasing safety and reducing costs. For the Czech car manufacturer, this applies not only to products and processes, but also to services, where AI technologies help to make customer experiences more personal.

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Nov 10, 2020 at 22:20

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