“As the car drives through the portal, even millimeter-large scratches can be spotted, increasing precision and cost-efficiency,” ProovStation wrote in a news release.
“The system generates a 360-degree photo scan of the vehicle in less than 3 seconds and increases the accuracy of damage recognition while reducing inspection costs and greatly improving trust during the transfer of liability,” ProovStation wrote about its damage detection system Jan 9. “It also offers extra services from a user-friendly dashboard including repair estimate, inspection comparison log, used car pricing, integration and KPI tracking, insurance report and other fully customized options.” (Emphasis ours.)
ProovStation declared it traveled to CES with “the determination to win more contracts.”
“We are proud to have been chosen by BCA Group as their site based volume inspection partner,” ProovStation CEO Cédric Bernard said in a statement. “The trust from Europe’s largest seller of used cars is a strong signal of legitimacy for ProovStation and confirms the value of our solutions for the automotive industry in its widest definition. This first large contract is a motivation booster for our team, and we will continue to work hard at revolutionising the vehicle inspection process. We want to turn ProovStation into the international standard in the inspection process for the main market segments: OEM, dealers, rental and logistics service providers.”
“As the leading marketplace for used vehicles across Europe, BCA is providing the power of accurate real-time decision intelligence capability that connects every aspect of buying and selling with BCA, Europe’s largest used vehicle marketplace,” BCA Divisional CEO Jean-Roch Piat said in a statement. “ProovStation AI-powered inspection technology allows us to further increase the accuracy of the damage recognition, at unprecedented levels of speed and unit cost to benefit our customers.”