Nearthlab Chief Executive Officer Jay Choi made his way over to Germany to take a deep dive into the future of autonomous inspections at Blades Europe, while Chief Technology Officer Youngsuk Chung stayed behind to share the role deep learning and automation play in minimising downtime.
The presentations slightly varied in length and detail. They introduced and analysed relevant case studies to showcase how convenient, thorough, and fast inspections can be with the right solutions.
“The future of autonomous inspection hinges heavily on how well service providers integrate ad hoc inspections and predictive analytics into the mix” said co-founder and CTO Youngsuk Chung. “I went in there hoping to show site managers and fellow peers in the industry the ropes on laying out the groundwork for that very future.”
“It seems though that an end-to-end solution is seen almost as this far-fetched concept of distant future” added co-founder and CEO Jay Choi. “But that’s actually a far cry from reality. With all that Nearthlab is doing to empower operators to conduct standalone inspections on the go and fend off potential defects with predictive maintenance, I believe yesterday’s session was a testament to the fact that what we envision as the future is already at our doorsteps.”
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