According to Gartner, hyperautomation is the number one trend in 2022 and will continue advancing in future. One of the main barriers to hyperautomation is in areas where we’re still struggling to reduce human involvement. Intelligent systems have a hard time matching human visual recognition abilities, despite great advancements in deep learning in computer vision. This is mainly due to the lack of annotated data (or when data is sparse) and in areas such as quality control, where trained human eyes still dominate. Another reason is the feasibility of human access in all areas of the product supply chain, such as quality control inspection on the production line. Visual inspection is widely used for performing internal and external assessment of various equipment in a production facility, such as storage tanks, pressure vessels, piping, vending machines, and other equipment, which expands to many industries, such as electronics, medical, CPG, and raw

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