Announcing milestone event with Toyota North America
January 28, 2020
Announcing milestone event with Toyota | Invisible AI

Announcing milestone event with Toyota North America

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 28TH, 2020 – At a Toyota Motor North America event on January 17th, 2020, Invisible AI showcased its latest efforts in developing a visual intelligence platform to improve manufacturing processes. Invisible AI’s groundbreaking technology is now creating true value on the manufacturing floor for the largest automaker in the world, and was showcased as one of four technologies that are augmenting the workforce at Toyota’s event. Alongside Invisible AI were Elementary Robotics, Microsoft HoloLens, and Ready Robotics.

“We are thrilled to be recognized as a technology that is positively augmenting the workforce and are excited about the many opportunities to leverage visual intelligence to create real value for manufacturers,” said Eric Danziger, CEO of Invisible AI. “The automotive industry shows significant promise for using Invisible AI’s visual intelligence platform at scale to improve quality in manufacturing assembly lines while accentuating human craftsmanship.”

At the core, the Invisible AI computer vision platform measures how assembly is completed, tracking body posture and movement, to support line operators in real time so they can constantly improve their manufacturing processes and innovate on the factory floor. Through Invisible AI technology, operators get the assistance they need to make every part the correct way, every time.

By leveraging existing chipsets, Invisible AI is able to make powerful, low-bandwidth camera systems for its platform that run machine-learning models 100x smaller than existing state-of-the-art solutions. This no-code computer vision platform uses a simple web dashboard that makes the technology usable by a broad audience. In addition, as manufacturing processes improve and new parts or processes are implemented, Invisible AI’s technology digitally updates instruction sheets so unique tribal knowledge is saved.

“Invisible AI’s computer vision platform gets line operators involved with digital innovation to directly increase their productivity and safety, as well as the quality of goods they are manufacturing,” said Prateek Sachdeva, COO of Invisible AI.

Invisible AI is augmenting the workforce by helping operators increase their productivity across manufacturing industry sectors, from automotive to consumer goods to heavy equipment. To learn more, visit or reach out to us at To join us in building the future of computer vision, check out our career page.


Invisible AI is a visual intelligence platform that helps manufacturers improve the quality of their products. By leveraging the power of edge computing and computer vision, Invisible AI is able to reduce quality errors in assembly by giving real-time feedback to employees without causing IT and bandwidth issues. We are currently working with some of the most prestigious manufacturing companies in the world, including the largest automaker in the world. To learn more, visit and follow Invisible AI on LinkedIn + Twitter.


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