In software engineering, inspection refers to the peer assessment of any work product by trained persons who use a well-defined method to check for faults.
This ensures that product criteria are met and prevents unnecessary reengineering work later on.
Important quantity verification is confirmed.
Checks the integrity of the package to avoid costly damage during transit.
Reduces overall quality and expense risks.
Inspecting means attentively examining. The primary goal of inspection is to meet the requirements, wishes, and needs of the customer. The goal is to keep defective product from flowing down the subsequent operations and to keep the company from losing money. Many qualities cannot be inspected at the end of the manufacturing process.