In motorsport, the difference between success and failure can be measured in milliseconds. In musical theory also, the right sequence of keys at precisely the right time can define audible excellence. However, when it comes to crafting its cars, a fraction of a millimetre margin for error is a fraction too many for the German automaker, Porsche. That’s why it employed the services of what it calls “Eagle Eye,” a state-of-the-art coordinate measurement machine that’s capable of detecting irregularities in the manufacturing process as seemingly trivial as micro-metres. Manufacturing nearly 250 vehicles daily, the Zuffenhausen plant will use Eagle Eye to measure every aspect of the 1,000 measurement points that can be found on a Porsche, ensuring only the highest quality vehicles eventually make it to dealership floors.