UVeye, the global leader for automated external inspections of vehicles, is gearing up to exhibit at World Summit AI on 9th and 10th October. The company’s CEO, Amir Hever, will be presenting to delegates on both days of the summit, as he focuses on UVeye’s success story on day one, before explaining on day two how AI can be harnessed to prevent vehicle accidents and save lives across the world.
With more than 6,000 attendees from 160 countries expected to visit the two-day showcase, the summit’s mission is to tackle the most burning AI issues head-on and set the global AI agenda.
In his talk on the Automotive and Mobility stage, Hever will present how UVeye is taking on the challenge of saving lives by preventing accidents, utilizing deep learning anomaly detection to identify vehicle safety concerns before they lead to vehicle failure and tragedy.
At stand D32, UVeye will be offering delegates insights into how its deep learning-powered instant threat and anomaly detection technology can be harnessed for a variety of practical implementations.
The company’s tyre inspection system, Artemis, for instance, uses two scanners to gather technical and safety-related data, including tyre condition, pressure, abrasion, scratches and tyre markings, to help with predictive maintenance and the prevention of accidents. Helios, UVeye’s undercarriage inspection product, can detect potential threats – from bombs, weapons and drugs to oil leaks and other damage – in the undercarriage of vehicles in a matter of seconds. To help visitors get to grips with UVeye’s advanced technology, the stand will feature an interactive ‘find the anomaly’ game.
Amir Hever, UVeye CEO, said, “The summit is a crucial meeting place for the global AI community, providing a platform for the brightest and best AI brains to debate the important issues and ensure continued success for the industry. In our presentation on 10th October, we will highlight how UVeye can harness the power of AI to tackle a very serious problem facing people all over the world: death and injury caused by vehicle accidents.”
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To find out more about UVeye, go to www.uveye.com