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New high-tech vehicle inspection systems to be shown at NADA 2022

UVeye camera-based systems uses AI and machine-learning tech to check tires, underbody components and vehicle exteriors for defects, missing parts

Detroit—New high-speed UVeye vehicle inspection systems for dealership service departments will be on display for the first time at NADA 2022, March 11-13, in Las Vegas.

UVeye camera-based systems utilize artificial-intelligence and machine-learning technologies to check tires, underbody components and vehicle exteriors for defects, missing parts and other safety-related issues.

The company’s automated inspection processes take seconds to complete and are significantly more accurate than time-consuming manual checks performed at most dealerships, said Amir Hever, the UVeye’s CEO.

Four vehicle-inspection systems will be on display:

  • Atlas and Atlas Lite — Two 360-degree exterior inspection systems to scan sheet metal and other exterior components for paint chips, dents and other issues. Atlas scanners are best suited for high-volume service facilities, fleet operations and assembly lines. Atlas Lite is specially designed for dealership use.
  • Artemis — The industry’s first tire-inspection system able to detect sidewall damage and tread depth, as well as tire air pressure, age and brand.
  • Helios — An underbody scanner able to detect a wide variety of potential safety issues, including fluid leaks and frame damage, as well as brake and exhaust system problems.

“Our new technology helps new- and used-car dealership service technicians quickly identify problems and expedite maintenance and repair work,” said Hever. “UVeye systems also create digital vehicle-condition reports with photos that can be shared with dealership customers.” 

Special introductory plans will be available for dealers attending NADA. Private meetings with UVeye executives at the show can be scheduled online at www.uveye.com/nada-2022/.

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