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EVS generates US$1 million from sales of fabric inspection system

iBar is an advanced high-tech tool for in-process monitoring and that is said to generate a significant return on investment for textile manufacturers.

14th November 2014

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Caesarea / Israel

Industrial, Transport/​Aerospace, Clothing/​Footwear, Construction, Medical/Hygiene, Interiors, Civil Engineering

iBar is an advanced high-tech tool for in-process monitoring and that is said to generate a significant return on investment for textile manufacturers.

The product provides in-process inspection during the most critical step in textile production, the formation of the fabric. The tool enables manufacturers to increase their product margins by significantly reducing raw material waste and maximizing end-product yield, according to the manufacturer.

Game-changing potential

“As expected, the market has embraced this technology with open arms, and the results make it clear that iBar represents a significant growth engine for EVS,” commented Sam Cohen, CEO of EVS.

“We are well on our way to achieving our initial targets of selling several tens of machines this year, and our expectations are for this to grow to several hundred machines next year.”

“This demonstrates our belief in the tremendous market need for such a product. We believe our product provides a unique solution for yield improvement that is a necessity in today’s textile market. Based on our conversations with both existing customers and potential customers, we believe iBar is a product with game-changing potential.”

Elbit Vision Systems

EVS offers a broad portfolio of automatic state-of-the-art visual inspection systems for both in-line and off-line applications, and process monitoring systems used to improve product quality, safety, and increase production efficiency.

EVS' systems are used by over 800 customers, many of which are leading global companies. Its innovative systems find their applications in the manufacturing of textiles for the automotive industry, technical fabrics, apparel, home furnishing and nonwoven materials, flooring, composite materials, coated fabrics, denim, glass fabrics for printed circuit boards, plastic films, metal, and more.

www.evs.co.il

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