Technology has been the industry’s great ally in the search for more efficient and less costly solutions, and non-destructive testing (NDT) has not been left out of this revolution. Data presented by Experfly show how advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are revolutionizing this sector, offering new possibilities for visual inspections and information gathering.
Non-destructive tests are inspection processes that do not change the properties of the material or compromise its usefulness, being essential to guarantee the quality and safety of equipment and structures. They are used in various sectors, such as the aeronautics, naval, oil and gas, automotive, among others.
AI and IoT technologies are bringing a significant change in this field. Through intelligent algorithms, it is possible to detect and classify defects more accurately, improving process reliability. In addition, with IoT, it is possible to monitor and collect data in real time, facilitating analysis and decision making.
“AI and IoT are the future of non-destructive testing“, says Fernanda Gebrael, director of METAL-CHEK. “They offer new tools for defect detection, reducing the need for manual intervention and improving process efficiency.”
These technologies are also fundamental for the implementation of predictive maintenance strategies. By identifying potential problems before they occur, companies can prevent catastrophic failures, improve safety and reduce repair and maintenance costs.
The technological revolution in non-destructive testing is still in its infancy, but the potential is immense. As AI and IoT continue to develop, we are likely to see even greater advances in the efficiency and reliability of these processes. And at the same time, we can expect significant cost reductions, making these technologies increasingly accessible to businesses of all sizes.
In short, digital transformation is reshaping the future of non-destructive testing. AI and IoT are at the forefront of this revolution, offering new possibilities for visual inspection, data collection and predictive maintenance. As these technologies continue to evolve, the industry as a whole will reap the benefits.
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