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How artificial intelligence enhances tyre inspection

How artificial intelligence enhances tyre inspection

5th November 2019 | 0 Comments

UVeye is a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions for automatic external inspection of vehicles within the security industry. Initially developing systems to detect dangerous conditions like weapons, explosives, or other threats in some of the world’s most high-security locations, the company saw the opportunity to use its technology to solve challenges in the automotive industry to detect potentially hazardous mechanical issues. Its suite of products includes its original undercarriage application (Helios), its revolutionary 360 solution (Atlas), and its targeted tyre application (Artemis). The company explains why it believes AI technology will help shape the future standard for vehicle inspection, increasing the speed, efficiency and accuracy of tyre checks at every stage of a vehicle’s lifecycle.

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Sumitomo Rubber using AI to increase whole-life tyre performance

Sumitomo Rubber using AI to increase whole-life tyre performance

21st October 2019 | 0 Comments

Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. has developed a new technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to estimate the properties of the rubber used in its tyres and also detect the structural changes that occur during use. It calls this technology ‘Tyre Leap AI Analysis’.

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Can artificial intelligence reduce warranty claims?

Can artificial intelligence reduce warranty claims?

9th May 2019 | 0 Comments

At the start of April 2019, Bridgestone formally completed its billion-dollar acquisition of TomTom Telematics. The goal – as ever – is to capitalise on the benefits of big data, leveraging its usefulness in the cause of better tyres and greater efficiency for all stakeholders. Of course, Bridgestone is not the only tyremaker seeking to make the most of tyre data. Many have invested significantly in developing cyber tyres over the course of the last 10 to 15 years, harnessing the fact that tyres are a vehicles’ only point of contact with the road and therefore the only means of generating real-time road surface:vehicle contact data. This same approach also yields tyre condition and performance data, which can be used for everything from motorsport to commercial fleet applications. But what about in the manufacturing process itself?

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Goodyear applying its artificial intelligence technology to on-demand mobility

19th January 2018 | 0 Comments

In 2016, Goodyear Europe launched its Proactive Solutions in the UK and 11 other European markets, offering fleets a predictive maintenance model. Goodyear’s know-how in the realm of artificial intelligence is now being put to use in the on-demand car sharing and ride hailing services sector in the USA; Goodyear Tire & Rubber has announced its participation in a pilot programme with start-up firm Stratim.

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ZC Rubber installs artificial intelligence system

27th July 2017 | 0 Comments

ZC Rubber has installed a smart factory project based on the ET industrial brain artificial-intelligence (AI) service system for manufacturing launched by Alibaba Cloud. The goal is to “greatly improve the production in the factories”, according to the company. The cooperation between ZC Rubber and Alibaba Cloud reportedly started at the end of 2016.

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Valeo launches AI global research centre

26th June 2017 | 0 Comments

Valeo has launched the first global research centre in artificial intelligence and deep learning dedicated to automotive applications.

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Continental, Oxford University begin study into artificial intelligence

14th November 2016 | 0 Comments

Under a three-year partnership agreement that commenced earlier this month, Continental AG and the University of Oxford are conducting joint research in the field of artificial intelligence. The German tyre and automotive system manufacturer’s partnership with the university’s Engineering Science department will focus on the possible uses and development of artificial intelligence algorithms in order to explore how they can enhance future mobility applications.

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