AI Monitors High-Speed Conveyor Belts For Defects
An Israeli startup is using AI to monitor high-speed conveyor belts for defects.
Razor Labs says it has received $1.9 million in funding to automatically detect defects in ammunition, in a deal with an unnamed global defense company.
It uses CCTV-based visual inspection and advanced AI image processing to identify problems during production, and has completed an initial test phase of its technology.
It can prevent failures before they happen and avoid dangerous maintenance work, as well as decrease resource use and waste production.
“We are proud to have hit this significant milestone ahead of the planned timeline and have proven the ability of our solutions to decrease operational costs and improve productivity and safety of the staff,” said Raz Roditti, CEO of Razor Labs.
“We remain committed to driving innovation and growth while providing our customers with the most advanced and reliable solutions available in the asset-intensive market.”
Razor Labs was founded in 2016, and is based in Tel Aviv, with offices abroad in New York and Australia.