UVeye, a leading developer of vehicle threat-detection systems for the security industry, is introducing technology that can create a virtual “fingerprint” for any vehicle that receives a UVeye underbody scan.
With the spread of coronavirus forcing people to work from home for their safety and health, there are many challenges when operating a business from a distance. Not all employers recognize this transformation as positive, while managers oppose this verdict due to the difficulties in controlling remote workers and their productivity. At UVeye, we are in a unique position to see the practical impact in real-time.
Glenn Hemminger joins UVeye as managing director of North American Operations, and Bob Rich will be the North American sales director. The company recently announced plans to establish new offices in Ohio and New York and expects to open production and warehouse facilities in the U.S. next year.
The company plans to open sales and product development offices in Ohio and New York within the next four months, is assembling a team of regional sales representatives and also is exploring various North American locations for production and warehouse facilities in 2021.
UVeye is offering to equip health-related fleet operators with vehicle-inspection equipment on a not-for-profit basis during the current COVID-19 crisis. Ambulance and police fleets, as well as delivery services for food and medical equipment, all would be eligible for assistance.
It is clear that during times of emergency our society still needs functioning vehicles to take workers to hospitals and goods to grocery stores. Fleets need to keep working and fulfilling important demands while keeping personnel safe at all times.
UVeye is back from CES 2020 after four days in the entertainment capital of America, Las Vegas, presenting our never-before-seen technology in the largest consumer tech exhibition in the world.
UVeye to Unveil Industry-Leading Vehicle-Inspection Technology at CES UVeye plans to unveil an industry-leading vehicle-inspection system based on deep-learning technology that can identify even the smallest exterior defects on any vehicle within seconds. The company’s Atlas 360-degree quality-control system will be shown for the first time in North America at CES 2020 in Las Vegas […]
The following article has been written by UVeye’s CEO, Amir Hever and published via Linkedin and other social channels…
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