Inspectorio introduces colour reading and automatic measurement tool

by Apparel Resources News-Desk

10-October-2019  |  3 mins read

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Inspectorio, the quality assurance and inspection platform, has added two new tools including colour reader and smart tape automatic measurement integration to address the key issues faced during the inspection process.

The platform will enable error-free inspection in reduced time and aims to enhance its digital interface through greater connectivity and transparency in the production chain.

“We are in an era where intense focus is rightfully being placed on sustainable and responsible manufacturing. Catching errors early in the process organisations can avoid producing products that are destined to be wasted, and limit the loss of time and financial investment,” said Carlos Moncayo Castillo, Co-founder and CEO, Inspectorio.

Inspectrum, the colour reader integration is a tool that confirms the accuracy of colour, which is one of the most critical aspects of inspection.

There are various factors like variance in techniques and environment condition that may affect the result, e.g., difference in lighting (lux level) is a consistent issue in the colour inspection process. For this, many organisations install special lightrooms for the specific section of inspection process, which is a costly investment.

This tool generates the perfect lighting to guarantee a perfect result, allowing quicker and accurate verification of the colour, ensuring that the colour of an item matches that of an accurate sample. This also allows the organisations to gather objective data on colour discrepancies that go beyond human perception, with 99 per cent accuracy as per the company.

The other addition to the platform, which is Inspectorio Smart Tape redefines the inspection measurement process and saves up to 60 per cent of the time traditionally invested in the process.

The new tool automates the measurement process as it reads the points of measurement to the inspector and automatically records the reading into the smart device.

This real time uploading of data is also added in the final inspection report, thus reducing the time involved in the process and the results are much more accurate.

Also, the number of operators is reduced as traditionally there were two people involved in the process: one taking the measurement and other noting down the points.

The modifications are the result of a study done on the Inspectorio platform, which showed that colour reading and performance measurement are the two main substantial issues for the company’s users during the inspection process.

“With Inspectorio and Smart Tape, we have created tools that address the two idiosyncratic and fallible aspects of inspection. Now with these integrations, our users are able to upload more accurate data into the Inspectorio platform. As a result they will be able to leverage machine learning to provide the most accurate prediction and enable more efficient continuous improvement,” explains Carlos.

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