Augmented reality: a new approach to aerospace defect detection
A key supply chain issue in the aerospace industry is the need for better and faster detection of defects. This project uses augmented reality combined with AI-powered computer vision to optimize the identification and repair of defective equipment, resulting in reduced repair times for Aircraft Fleet Operators and accelerated production.
Scale AI investment
“Empowering aerospace professionals with the capacity to optimize and improve Operator training is vital to the aerospace industry.”
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