As the sophistication of counterfeit material increases, the likelihood of detecting counterfeits utilizing simple visual techniques becomes less likely. It then becomes necessary to utilize specialized tools and advanced techniques to collect vital evidence for positive identification. When utilizing tools, factors such as calibration, tolerances and specification complicate the inspection process which require more expertise to validate results. Even industry standards that address these advanced inspection methods do not provide clear acceptable or unacceptable criteria due to the variability of the results themselves and its complexity.
To mitigate the inherent risks associated with increasing complexity of inspection and potential ambiguity of output data, NANTIAN's Q.C team cooperate with the 3rd party professional testing-houses task force consisting of product SME's and technical engineers. The mission of this task force is to understand specialized tools and their the purpose, evaluate their intended capabilities, and ultimately deploy these tools into the advanced inspection process. An engineering approach to advanced inspection is necessary to ensure our inspectors obtain clear results based on real world performance.