Neurala Launches Global Channel Partner Program to Bring Vision AI to Manufacturers
New program empowers Authorized Partners to help manufacturers improve quality control on the factory floor
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, vision AI software company Neurala announced the launch of its Neurala VIA Authorized Partner program, to help manufacturers leverage the power of vision AI to improve quality inspection and adapt to fluctuating consumer demand. Neurala VIA Authorized Partners are a global network of integrators and distributors with expertise in helping manufacturers adopt automation and implement Industry 4.0 initiatives.
Neurala’s channel program brings broader adoption and accessibility to Neurala VIA software, an integrated solution to help manufacturers improve quality inspection on the production line while scaling to meet product demands. In a time when flexibility and scalability are more important than ever before, Neurala’s partner program will ensure that distributors and systems integrators play a central role in enabling manufacturers to implement vision AI – and to do so quickly – in order to adapt. In cases where deep learning has previously been too costly or time-intensive to implement, this represents a significant paradigm shift and offers strong return on investment.
“For years, the manufacturing industry has faced disruption with the onset of Industry 4.0. That trend has only accelerated in recent months, as the industry adapts to irregular patterns in consumer demands, heightened pressures on machine utilization, and changes in workforce availability,” said Neurala co-founder and CEO Max Versace. “In speaking with our end users and our partners, it’s clear that partnering with local experts is the key to helping manufacturers succeed. That’s the driving force behind the Neurala VIA Authorized Partner program: to help our partners better serve their customers, and in turn, to help manufacturers maintain the quality control that we all rely on.”
Neurala VIA Authorized Partners feature companies from around the globe, including:
- IndustLabs, a leading industrial automation technology company based out of Texas.
- Menzel Vision and Robotics, a vision systems integrator headquartered in India, with offices in Malaysia and Singapore.
- Quipu Consulting, a South American systems integration firm providing automation solutions for industrial companies, with headquarters in Peru.
- Riverbed Technologies, an African provider of state-of-the-art automation and engineering solutions for industrial applications.
- Ubiquitous AI, a Japanese automotive technology provider famous for its compact, efficient and fast embedded software solutions.
“AI-powered inspections are a tremendous complement to traditional machine vision; however, the cost and complexity of traditional AI solutions has posed a significant barrier to entry for manufacturers,” said Aaditya Soneja of Menzel Vision & Robotics. “Since we always strive to be customer centric, we’ve joined Neurala’s partner program to address this critical need. With Neurala VIA’s lightweight hardware requirements and flexible interoperability, we’re able to design and deploy the right inspection solution at a price point that makes sense for the business case. It’s a significant leap forward to pervasive adoption.”
To find out more about the Neurala Partner Program or Neurala’s VIA software, click here.
Neurala is a pioneer in vision AI software. On a mission to make AI more applicable and useful in real-world applications, Neurala helps industrial companies improve their quality inspection process, with technology that dramatically reduces the time, cost and skills required to build and maintain production-quality custom vision AI solutions. Founded in 2006, Neurala’s research team invented Lifelong-DNN™ (L-DNN) technology, which lowers the data requirements for AI model development and enables continuous learning in the cloud or at the edge. Today, Neurala’s technology has been deployed globally, with customers in the manufacturing, drone, robotics, and smart devices verticals.