Enabling Remote Inspection Camera Systems in 2021

28 Agosto 2020

In today’s 2020 industries, workforce specialized in inspecting machinery and industrial assets are facing an incredible growing shortage in expertise because of the ongoing Pandemic crisis. What role can play remote inspection camera systems in this situation?

To ease all of these specialists and develop a basic-knowledge content that can be easily transferred to fresh workforce, enterprises are developing constantly new solutions such as enabling remote inspection camera systems as part of their remote visual inspection (RVI) processes and non-destructive testing (NDT).

Enabling these new forms of remote inspection camera systems is becoming more and more important in today-world, where lockdowns and travel bans are an everyday thing. If many businesses started to use augmented reality solutions in the past years just because it is, as a matter of fact, more convenient from a financial point of view, today it is just one of the few solutions capable of bypassing todays’ difficulties.

Yes, because if in the “yesterday” world calling on site an expert to train, perform difficult operations and help your workforce, with all the expenses needed between traveling, allocation and so on, today that’s not even an option. 

Today, these new, advanced forms of remote-assistance are the only way to solve our local troubles.

Remote Inspection Camera Systems And Augmented Reality

Using augmented reality solutions such as the Kiber 3 kit to perform optimal operations with remote inspection camera systems is an extremely powerful solution to empower our workforce with the newest tech available on the market.

For instance, using remote inspection camera systems to check a pipeline’s status (corrosion issues, leaks and so on) it is not only more safe, but also easier to do with these systems if supported by a remote expert user and augmented reality.

Thanks to AR tech the remote user will guide even the newest of your technician step by step, showing what to do and where’s the issue to solve by showing it on the technician’s video screen. As a matter of fact, the inspector will watch and address any issue as if he or she was there, moving your worker as a robot.

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Sharing knowledge between your workforce

One of the best features of these devices is that they are easily recordable. Meaning that, once you finish a job, you can record all the process and the steps involved to solve an issue and then show it to your fresh new workforce to prepare them for similar jobs. 

That’s extremely easy with the Kiber 3 kit, because it includes a massive 4GB local storage that gives access to an immense documentation upgradeable with any of your recordings, that can be consulted also in stand-alone mode.

On top of that, there is also the chance of using Kiber 3 Web,  a powerful web-based platform for remote collaboration.

Safety on work

The aforementioned solutions are all of them extremely safe, if not life savings, because they can be performed in a way that is for definition a “hand-free solution”. No need to check manuals, instruments or whatsoever.

 Thanks to Kiber 3 augmented reality tech you will see any information needed or asked directly on the screen, thanks to a removable binocular visor designated exactly for low eyestrain and high quality display solution, plus a fully integrated headset to communicate and receive any information needed.

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Kiber 3 Kit is also an Atex Zone 1 certified device, this means that you are dealing with a safe hands-free wearable solution able to be used in many different on-field operations in hazardous environments. To reach this new level of safety, Kiber 3 is made of an extreme hard carbon fibre reinforced composite polyamide used to assure absolute and extensive safety.

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