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Visual inspection is an essential step in the production process of many industries, including manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, to examine products for defects or errors. However, this process can be time-consuming and costly, and therefore, only carried out on a sample basis, leading to rework and inefficiencies in downstream production steps.

Inspector training is often complex and not easily scalable.

Artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms can assist inspectors by “augmenting” their diagnostic capabilities or automating some of the Quality Control processes.

Computer vision can be used to detect a wide range of defects, including surface defects, dimensional errors, and missing or incorrect components. It can also be used to verify products’ compliance with regulations and standards.

In the manufacturing industry, computer vision-based visual inspection can be applied to a variety of products, such as mechanical parts, electronics, and packaging, locating and identifying different types of non-conformities.


Human inspection presents several critical issues that can affect the accuracy and efficiency of the quality control process. These include:

  • Fatigue and boredom: Human inspectors can become tired or bored after performing the same tasks repeatedly, leading to a decrease in attention to detail and an increase in errors.
  • Limited visibility: Some defects may be difficult to detect by the human eye, especially if they are small or hidden in a complex product.
  • Subjectivity: Different people may have different interpretations of what constitutes a defect, causing inconsistency in the inspection process.
  • Limited speed: Human inspection is usually slower than automated inspection, causing bottlenecks in the production process.


Quantyca has developed several solutions over time based on established CV architectures such as ResNets and Deep Learning frameworks such as fast.ai and Pytorch. The key to the success of these projects lies in the ability to analyze with the client's Domain Experts the fundamental steps of the process and the points where inspection complexity is nested, and to make the best use of available data using fine-tuning techniques starting from already consolidated foundation models. Quantyca supports the client in different phases:

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