Elbit Vision Systems Ltd. (EVS), a global provider of vision technology for automatic surface inspection and in-line quality monitoring systems, has announced that two major European manufacturers and a leading US textile manufacturer have given formal acceptance on its new product, iBar, the revolutionary new on-loom monitoring system.
For over two decades, EVS has pioneered the science of camera-based automatic vision inspection for textile fabrics and technical webs. The latest breakthrough adds to this legacy the first truly automated, in-line, product and process monitoring solution for fabric formation machines.
The iBar system helps check production system in textiles to ensure highest priced maximum production yield. It provides thorough check up every step in textile production. iBar was designed and built specifically for the harshest manufacturing environments in the new, high speed textile industry, EVS said in a press release.
Sam Cohen, CEO of EVS said, “We are very pleased that this tremendous new product is moving forward, with the first systems achieving acceptance at some of our major customers. These customers are leaders in their fields and are well known for their uncompromising approach to quality. Acceptance from these targeted customers is a key milestone in our land-and-expand strategy proving there is a great need for iBar among textile manufacturers.”
For the first time, EVS presented the iBar at the Techtextil exhibition, a leading international trade fair for technical textiles which was held in Frankfurt, Germany, from May, 4 to 7, 2015.
Cohen said, “Following the initial iBar installations, we used the feedback we received from customers to make the necessary software modifications to broaden our marketing efforts. We fully understand that expanding our markets will directly correlate to increased iBar sales and revenues throughout the year.”
EVS offers a broad portfolio of automatic State-of-the-Art Visual Inspection Systems for both in-line and off-line applications, and process monitoring systems used to improve product quality, safety, and increase production efficiency. (GK)
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