Mitchell announced the release of Mitchell Intelligent Vision.
Introduced last year as a proof of concept, the solution was featured at the company’s mPower Conference, a virtual event October 13-15, and shipping is expected before the end of the year.
The Mitchell Intelligent Vision solution is designed to improve the speed, efficiency and accuracy of the collision repair workflow—from vehicle check in to check out. Mitchell collaborated with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and RealWear, Inc. on its delivery, leveraging the Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile XR Platform and the RealWear HMT-1 100% voice-controlled headset.
The Mitchell Intelligent Vision solution allows technicians to automate the collection of data— including consumer and vehicle information. They can also use the solution to take time-stamped photos of the damage and automatically upload them to Mitchell’s cloud-based ecosystem. Voice activation and an XR field of vision provide quick access to critical OEM procedures during teardown and repair, reducing research time. Prior to check out, technicians can visually document the repair work with the Mitchell Intelligent Vision solution. Those images are then retained in Mitchell’s software.
The company expects to announce availability in Canada soon, having successfully completed pilot testing.