V.I.P. Auctions is one of the first vehicle auction companies in the world to use automated vehicle-inspection systems to evaluate tires and critical underbody components for the inspection of used vehicles.
One of the biggest challenges for the used car industry is purchasing inventory. Year over year, it’s harder for franchised and used car dealers to find inventory at a price that can make them money. And once they find an inventory source – whether a shopper’s trade-in, dealer auctions, or otherwise – margins are thin, leaving very little room for unexpected issues that inevitably come.
UVeye has always picked my interest since it’s quite different from other companies that I used to work for. I came mostly from a software background & consumer products, and UVeye presented something that I always wanted to do, which is a mixture of software & hardware. The multidisciplinary aspect of UVeye genuinely fascinated me, and this is why I decided to join the force.
UVeye & SIA Webinar on the benefits of leveraging deep learning & computer vision to assist advanced vehicle fraud prevention, and the opportunities for using Ai to combat HLS and other access control challenges.
The greatest challenge the energy sector faces today is how to meet the continuously changing risk factors and addressing all of the necessary security aspects. Considering their unique infrastructure, expensive and sensitive materials onboard, and sometimes even classified national assets, energy facilities will always be subject to varied security threats.
The way customers buy cars has changed, and probably forever. Rather than spending hours browsing car lots to find the perfect vehicle, shoppers are increasingly spending their time online to narrow down their selection. On average, shoppers spend around 14 hours online researching to find the right vehicle, according to Cox Automotive. Ultimately, many of those shoppers would buy a car sooner if online car sales are an option.
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.
During 2019 In England and Wales drugs were found 13,119 times in prisons, more than 35 incidents per day, on average. The number of incidents has tripled since 2014, after years of relative stability, with some smugglers taking advantage of new technology, such as drones, to deliver contraband. The value of the UK prison drug market is an estimated £100 million, according to the Prison Officers Association.
Technology exists to excel past the standard MPI checklist and also save the advisors time during the initial walk-around while keeping customer satisfaction high. With UVeye’s AI-based vehicle inspection technology, the multi-point inspection has gone from basic to mind-blowing. Three systems are available that can be implemented for outstanding inspections and enhanced security and sales at the service department.
On June 30, 2007, a Jeep Cherokee laden with propane gas cylinders and gasoline cans was driven at a high speed into the doors of the Glasgow Airport departure area on one of the busiest days of the year. The attack resulted in “only” five people injured and heavy damage to the terminal building. Incidents like this one really emphasized the need for an automatic and efficient method for inspecting vehicles entering the different areas in and around the airport.