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Inovision’s team of experienced controls, software, mechanical, and process engineers focuses on delivering world class solutions that exceed customer expectations. This is done with teamwork, innovation, integrity and a focus on project details. We work with you to design, develop and implement a solution that fits your company’s requirements. Inovision offers products for graphical user interface (GUI), closed loop fluid delivery and motion control. Our services include systems and software planning, design, development, maintenance and installation. We also offer services to retrofit existing systems to bring them up to date and extend current capital investment.

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SMARTInspect QVS Feature Update

POSTED 06/19/2019

We've updated our user interface for our SMARTInspect Automatic paint defect detection system with our SMARTUI interface and added the ability to interface via a tablet in hand by touch or stylus. This will make it easier for an operator to verify or further inspect a paint defect on the car body holding the tablet close to the defect area, eliminating the neck strain from an efficiencies of looking at overhead monitors and then finding the defect on the body.