Thoughts around automotive, AI, computer vision, car inspection, damage detection and more by the Ravin team.
I’ve spent a good part of my career in ‘traditional industries’. These include energy and chemical companies that produce the most essential products to sustain our ever-demanding lives. And since I can remember, we have always looked to measure and reduce our carbon footprint.
It is often claimed that the vehicle grading system should be overhauled due to lack of objectivity. In reality, the best way to introduce such objectivity is to use technology that removes the total reliance on human damage disclosure.
There’s no argument that for the most part, COVID has been and still is a bad thing. It destroyed lives and livelihoods. But one outcome that is only beginning to gain wider acknowledgement is the way COVID has changed the rules on business engagements.
Thanks to AI, we are finally ready to implement the 'Don't Browse, Search' approach of capturing as much data as possible and turning it into insights, even in the high-trust area of quality inspection for physical goods.
Anyone keeping up on the news nowadays has surely heard about what’s going on in the used car industry. The low supply of new cars and continued demand for mobility, alongside COVID fears, have resulted in record demand levels for used cars
There’s nothing more disappointing than finding your car in bad shape after someone else has used it.
When your customer’s business keeps changing - what should you do?
Once upon a time, car insurance was a complex thing. In order to buy an insurance policy or to file a claim, you had to undergo an arduous process through an agent or directly with the insurance company. As if dealing with an accident wasn’t enough of a headache on its own, processing the claim itself and getting the car repaired became an endless adventure.
We’ve all been there- having to file a claim with our car insurance company. Let’s put it this way: it’s not enjoyable. The process of filing a claim can be long, tiring, costly, subjective, and overall frustrating
COVID-19 has shown us that customers are less excited to come in to service their car — which explains the rise of concierge-like car repairs.
Auctions are critical to the automotive industry.