OMER, Israel, March 06, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ScoutCam Inc. (OTCQB: SCTC), a leading provider of predictive maintenance (PdM) and condition-based monitoring (CBM) solutions, is pleased to announce the successful accomplishment of AS9100D certification following months of preliminary work and activities. The AS9100D standard is the latest version of an internationally recognized quality management system specifically developed for the aerospace and defense sectors and is based on the ISO 9001:2015 standard. This standard is recognized by the IAQG (International Aerospace Quality Group) which harmonizes across all three sectors (American, European and Asia-Pacific sectors) to set the standard for the industry.
Yehu Ofer, CEO of ScoutCam, comments: “Obtaining our AS9100D certification is a strategic achievement for us, demonstrating ScoutCam’s world-class quality management system and our ability to distinguish ourselves amongst the benchmark in the market. Achieving AS9100D enables ScoutCam to develop and produce with the highest standards in the aerospace and defense industries. Customers are expecting technology providers like ScoutCam to adhere to the latest quality standards. AS9100D certification should instill confidence that we can reliably deliver high quality technology to their satisfaction. I would like to express my appreciation to our professional and dedicated team at ScoutCam that worked so hard to contribute to this success.”
ScoutCam is pioneering the predictive maintenance (PdM) and condition-based monitoring (CBM) markets with its visualization and AI platform. Providing video sensor-based solutions for critical systems in the aviation, transportation, industry 4.0 safety critical markets and energy industries, ScoutCam leverages proven visual technologies and products from the medical industry. ScoutCam’s unique video-based sensors, embedded software, and AI algorithms are being deployed in hard-to-reach locations and harsh environments across a variety of PdM and CBM use cases. ScoutCam’s platform provides maintenance and operations teams visibility into areas which are inaccessible under normal operation, or where the operating ambience is not suitable for continuous real-time monitoring.
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