A practical business case in infrastructure
BrainCreators delivers intelligent digital inspectors that automate visual inspection tasks.
BrainCreators' Digital Inspectors are like super-powered employees who are trained on our BrainMatter platform so you can scale your business more Effectively & Cost Efficiently.
Our clients and partners in various industries transfer their expert knowledge and skill to the BrainMatter platform to develop scalable Digital Inspectors.
Setup your BrainMatter account and invite your team. Define the taxonomy of the anomalies your want to detect and easily create examples. Check the Digital Inspector's performance and assign it to the task hand. Done!
You have automated your visual inspection task.
Digital inspectors on the BrainMatter platform are built to scale and can simply be cloned to perform their tasks in similar environments.
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Manufacturers aim to deliver the highest quality at the lowest cost during the production or assembly process. At the same time regulations need to be met and worker safety must be guaranteed at all times.
A wide range of materials and products must be closely monitored for potential hazards, defects, and quality issues. Physical inspection of all this requires a vast amount of deep knowledge due to product variables and ever-changing circumstances on factory floors. If manufacturers fail to detect issues, they are unable to take immediate remedial action resulting in loss of margin, or worse.
Digital inspectors can automatically assess the status and quality of a visible defect on any surface. Automatically recognize and classify deviations from plans and regulations, defects, and changes to trigger an immediate action.
The building, maintaining, and managing of infrastructure depends heavily on labor-intensive, repetitive tasks from checking deliverables with plans to detecting malfunctions and other issues. Customers can make multiple call-outs without fixing the issue.
In the worst cases, misalignment between planned work and reality can cost millions in damages when construction breaks down or destroys pipes or cables. Moreover, on roads and waterways, public safety can be at risk if defects are not identified and acted upon immediately.
Digital inspectors, created on BrainMatter perform real-time identification of anomalies, maximize the utilization of human resources, and allow companies to maintain the infrastructure at a lower cost.
Eliminate manual footage reviews, exclude the risk of human inconsistency, ensure inspections at the optimal frequency, and comply with regulatory requirements.
Although it may sound exotic, radar image inspection is a form of surface inspection. The surface is simply a two dimensional radar image.
For decades ground radar has been the great promise for soil mapping, to prevent excavation damage to cables and pipes. Hitting an underground gas pipe or high voltage cable can cause millions in damages and even serious injuries to field workers.
Interpreting the radar images, however, is such a painstaking job that VolkerWessels subsidiary MapXact almost stopped using ground radar altogether, until they started working with a digital inspector.
Digital inspectors can automatically assess the radar images to recognize the detailed fingerprints of different underground structures and objects. With a bit of spatial post processing a digital inspector can automatically recognize and classify deviations from plans and regulations to provide an accurate underground infrastructure map.
Tata Steel is one of the world’s most geographically diversified steel producers, with operations in 26 countries and commercial offices in over 35 countries. BrainCreators has been exploring the digital transformation of the steel industry by employing digital inspectors to real-world steel production systems at Tata Steel Europe.
Road inspections are very labor-intensive and time-consuming tasks.