ScoutCam Completes Verification & Validation for Miniature Camera Solution with Fortune 500 Customer
Milestone Highlights Ongoing Market Adoption of Company Technology
Omer, Israel, June 06, 2022 – ScoutCam Inc. (OTCQB: SCTC) (“ScoutCam” or the “Company”), a leading provider of image-based solutions (including cloud and AI image processing) to the condition-based maintenance (CBM) and the predictive maintenance (PdM) markets, today announced that it has completed the verification and validation (V&V) stage of its miniature camera solution with a Fortune 500 company.
The announcement comes as the Company prepares to commence mass production and enter the supply stage of its proprietary, patented equipment for delivery to the Fortune 500 customer. With this important V&V phase complete, the Company believes sales revenue could reach tens of millions of dollars as ongoing supply agreements with the customer accumulate in the coming years.
“This is a major milestone for ScoutCam and we expect it to generate considerable interest in the marketplace,” said Yovav Sameah, CEO of ScoutCam. “The continued adoption of our technology across all verticals, combined with advances in our technology development and implementations, demonstrates that our unique miniature camera solution is market ready, in demand and providing much-needed value.”
ScoutCam is pioneering the predictive maintenance and condition-based monitoring markets with its visualization and AI platform. Establishing the use of its visualization and AI platform in Industry 4.0 markets such as aviation, energy, mobility and transportation, ScoutCam’s camera-as-a-sensor™ technology, accompanied by specialized, trained AI models, is being deployed in hard-to-reach locations and harsh environments, across a variety of predictive maintenance and condition-based Monitoring use cases. ScoutCam’s platform allows maintenance and operations teams to see into areas inaccessible during normal conditions and operations, or where the operating ambience is not conducive to continuous real-time monitoring.
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