- UVeye’s industry-first suite of tire, underbody and exterior inspection technologies sets new standards for speed, accuracy and cost efficiency
- General Motors, Hyundai, Toyota Tsusho, Volvo and Carmax are investment partners for new technology development
Dallas, January 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The automotive industry’s first suite of fully automated vehicle inspection systems for dealer service departments and used car auctions will be on display this month (January 26-29) so none 2023 Dallas, Texas.
Developed in Israel With investment partners General Motors, Hyundai, Toyota, Volvo and Carmax, the UVeye camera-based technology is much faster, more cost-effective and much more accurate than any system in use today.
UVeye’s vehicle scanning uses proprietary sensor fusion, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and high-tech camera systems. It has been proven to detect 96% of existing issues compared to less than 25% with manual checks. Drive-through UVeye inspections of tires, underbody components, and exteriors also take less than 12 seconds compared to 20 minutes or more for traditional service lane inspections.
Previewed at CES 2020, none Last year, the industry-first technology will be showcased at UVeye’s 2,000-square-foot exhibit (booth #6239). none 2023 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, Texasfeatured in General Motors none Also the exhibition area (booth #1545).
UVeye CEO & Co-Founder Amir Heber Volvo, General Motors and CarMax each announced plans over the past year to support the installation of UVeye inspection systems at dealers and used car auction facilities across the United States.
Heber added that UVeye’s is available to service department managers and representatives of Audi, Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota and Volvo dealerships. none Exhibit to demonstrate and discuss the use of UVeye technology to improve customer satisfaction.
Dealer fixed operations personnel at the UVeye exhibition include: Samantha Diaz from audi new rochelle, New Rochelle, New York; Eric MorettiService Manager, Volvo Westport, Westport, Connecticut; Caleb MorganService Advisor, carl black (Chevrolet Buick GMC) Kennesaw, Kennesaw, Georgia; Justin SchneiderProduct Specialist, Metro Toyota Cleveland, and Jerry Massey — parts manager Paul Hewson — fixed operation director and Jung Yoon — General Sales Manager marine chevrolet, Jacksonville, North Carolina.
CarMax execs for UVeye displays say: Anuj KapoorDirector of Corporate Development and Venture Capital, and Ted CoxSenior Purchasing Manager.
UVeye’s tire (Artemis), undercarriage (Helios), and exterior (Atlas) systems will be demonstrated at the UVeye booth. A special referral plan is also available for dealers participating in NADA to install UVeye technology for the first time. You can schedule private demonstrations and meetings by clicking on UVeye’s “Schedule a Meeting” link. none Landing page: www.uveye.com/nada-2023.
“Our program with Volvo and General Motors has greatly expanded the use of high speed vehicle inspection technology in the dealer space here. usaUVeye’s Hever said:
Hever said 2022 will be another banner year for UVeye. North America Scheduled for 2023.
A UVeye executive said: “It is considered the most prestigious automotive award program of its kind.”
Media interviews with company UVeye executives or distributor representatives none Booths can be scheduled via email larry white ([email protected]) or Jana Hochbohm ([email protected]) at Autocom Associates.
Co-founded in 2016 Amir and Ohad HeberUVeye has created the world’s first fully automated series of vehicle inspection systems.
Utilizing a unique combination of proprietary algorithms, cloud architecture, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and sensor fusion technology, the company’s groundbreaking drive-thru system detects external or mechanical imperfections and automatically restores any Ability to identify anomalies, alterations, or foreign objects under and around the flanks. vehicle within seconds.
UVeye technology can detect an almost endless list of vehicle problems, including oil leaks, exterior damage such as scratches and dents, tire sidewall and tread problems, and various forms of underbody damage.
Additional information is available at www.uveye.com.