Press Release
Invisible AI Partners with Toyota to Install Ground-breaking Computer Vision Platform Across North America
May 4, 2022
Invisible AI, a company building state-of-the-art AI solutions for manufacturing, today announced a partnership with Toyota Motor North America.

AUSTIN, TEXAS – MAY 4TH, 2022 Invisible AI, a company building state-of-the-art AI solutions for manufacturing, today announced a partnership with Toyota Motor North America (TMNA), as the company integrates Invisible AI’s innovative computer vision platform across its 14 North American manufacturing operations.

Toyota Indiana is the first TMNA manufacturing site to implement Invisible AI technology at scale with an initial deployment of 500 edge AI devices in 2022. The partnership supports Toyota’s core philosophy of continuous improvement for safety, quality, and operational efficiencies. Invisible AI technology helps Toyota better understand manual assembly operations, which accounts for a majority of the work performed in manufacturing.

Invisible AI is building a scalable computer vision platform for manufacturing — and its mission is to be the eyes of the intelligent factory. Invisible AI’s technology uses edge AI devices with a built in NVIDIA Jetson module, 1TB of storage and a high-resolution 3D camera to track all floor activity – without using the cloud or any bandwidth. This self-contained AI device processes body motion data to identify potential for high-stress injuries and prevent simple defects in real-time, which generates millions in savings for customers. The software is entirely anonymized and privacy-centric by design and can be deployed in 60 seconds without any coding or engineering expertise, allowing customers to scale to thousands of cameras with ease. As an NVIDIA Inception and Metropolis partner, Invisible AI continues to push the boundaries of computer vision.

Invisible AI's state-of-the-art edge AI devices in production

“Invisible AI has been a great partner for Toyota as we work toward building the manufacturing processes of the future,” said Jihad Abdul-Rahiim, an advanced technology engineer at Toyota. “Invisible AI is not only helping us find opportunities for improvement on the assembly lines, but we’re also constantly finding new use cases for their technology such as ergonomics analysis to proactively prevent injuries.”

“We are thrilled to expand our work with Toyota Motor North America, a global leader in manufacturing and innovation,” said Eric Danziger, CEO, Invisible AI. “We are building computer vision systems that learn continuously, unsupervised, and generate real business value for customers on day one.”

Invisible AI and Toyota’s Manufacturing Project Innovation Center have worked in collaboration for two years to reach this important milestone for providing the maximum return on investment possible. 


Founded in 2018 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, Invisible AI provides the next generation computer vision system that revolutionizes the data collecting process of manual operations for manufacturing companies and significantly improves the productivity, quality, and safety of manual operations. Invisible AI’s simple, secure and scalable system has gained tremendous traction, and has had proven success in deploying and delivering valuable results within hours for top manufacturing companies like Toyota North America. Invisible AI’s mission is to empower manufacturing industries worldwide and to accelerate the fourth industrial revolution. To learn more, visit and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.


For Invisible AI
Chris Allieri

For Toyota Motor North America
Kim Ogle