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The new website includes the latest innovations in condition monitoring and predictive maintenance solutions that visualize, analyze and predict malfunctions before they cause significant damage or require unplanned downtime for a variety of markets including aviation, energy, transportation, wind turbines, unmanned aerial vehicles and more
OMER, Israel, May 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ScoutCam (OTCQB:SCTC), a leading provider of image-based solutions (including cloud image processing and AI) for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance markets, as well as a leading provider of image-based solutions for the medical device market, today announced the launch of its updated website.
Designed to provide an advanced user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality, the new website allows visitors to see ScoutCam’s proprietary technology in action through a variety of use case implementations that are part of the product portfolio. from ScoutCam.
“The new website marks the evolution of ScoutCam both within the company and in the way it presents itself to the outside world, with a new strategy focused on the Industry 4.0 global markets and the environment. evolving,” said Yovav Sameah, CEO. “ScoutCam’s clear strategy is reflected in our partnership with industry and our customers to help them better understand how our proprietary visualization solutions, integrated with dedicated AI image processing capabilities, enable early fault detection, helping our customers reduce downtime and overall maintenance costs.”
Visitors to the new website can stay informed of the latest ScoutCam and industry news through a new resource center with a corporate blog that will contain rich online content such as technical tips, press releases, use cases and videos.
ScoutCam is pioneering the predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring markets with its visualization and AI platform. Pioneering the use of its visualization and AI platform in Industry 4.0 markets such as aviation, energy, mobility and transportation, camera-as-a-sensor™ technology of ScoutCam, accompanied by specially trained AI models, is deployed in hard-to-reach places and harsh environments, across a variety of predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring use cases. ScoutCam’s platform allows maintenance and operations teams to have visibility into inaccessible areas during normal operation, or when the operating environment is not suitable for continuous real-time monitoring.
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For more information about ScoutCam and to view the updated site, please visit www.scoutcam.com.
Contact: Roee Peled, VPBD [email protected] / +972 (54) 446 8120
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