The adomea scanner is redefining the possible in terms of automotive quality control and is setting new standards in the field of surface inspection. The adomea scanner based on artificial intelligence (AI) is being implemented within production processes for the fully automated inspection of car body surfaces.
Essentially, the adomea scanner is an LED tunnel consisting of a large number of individually controllable LEDs. These LEDs generate light patterns in different colors, which are reflected by the surface of the vehicle. The tunnel is equipped with 20 high-resolution cameras. During the scanning process – which takes just 45 seconds – the adomea scanner captures precise measurement signals which it uses to analyze the car body surface. Supported by artificial intelligence (AI), the scanner is then able to automatically detect, classify, and assess any damage.
The automated assessment of the information obtained by the scan can be generated in various ways. Surface defects can be displayed as a 3D model or clearly summarized in the form of a final report.
Overall, the adomea scanner provides innovative quality control with a high degree of automation. It allows measurements to be taken quickly and can also be trained to identify specific types of damage. Further, those using the scanner can define their own threshold values. These are the values above which damage will be recorded and assessed. This allows potential defects to be detected early on and helps eliminate production faults.