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Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of ThingsAI and Machine Learning
As engineer, how do you feel about AI-based Predictive Maintenece?
Registered Member very interesting question and rich dialogue. From my side , as electric utility engineer there is so much talk and focus on smart grid, and industry 4.0. for data Analytics , there is big project for that depending on sensory data and ERP system database, and the use cases are promising. for predictive maintenance /condition monitoring, the management asked for complete AI based system especially for underground cables which fail suddenly . in my view , we are still in premature state and... [ more ]
Registered Member You just posted an ad for your product..and the answer is still the same. AI Industry 4.0 stuff still isn't good enough to replace periodic measurements by a competent inspector and then the visual inspection element also. [ more ]
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Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of ThingsAI and Machine Learning
IoT based Predictive Maintenance CMMS
Registered Member IoT predictive maintenance solutions can allow companies to identify potential failures in real-time, avoid unplanned downtime and boost the production of highly critical assets. You can get vital real-time information such as the overall mechanical and operational health of your machines. This system is implemented in the industry to diminish failures during the process of manufacturing. With a Condition monitoring solution for your assets , engineers and technicians in your plant can get... [ more ]
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What is not IR4.0?
Registered Member Thank you for mentioning wireless. Does it really matter if the communication is wired or wireless to consider a system IR4.0? With respect to Wikipedia's description, it contains many terms that require further definitions. What is the "latest smart technology", for example? Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa [ more ]
Registered Member I think Wikipedia says it best. “ Industry 4.0 , the fourth industrial revolution [1] , encompasses combination of traditional manufacturing and industrial platforms and practices with the latest smart technology. This primarily focuses on the use of large-scale machine to machine communication (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments to provide increased automation, improved communication and self-monitoring, as well as smart machines that can analyse and diagnose issues without the... [ more ]
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How Machine Learning Will Tame the Explosion of Unstructured Data
Registered Member Let's set the stage here for the most successful system I've set up in the past of this type. The situation is that the plant was making cast pipe for municipal plants. Downtime was about 10-20% of production compared to industry averages of around 1%. Scrap rates were running around 5-6% compared to industry averages of around 3%. Something had to be done but mostly the improvement meetings consisted of sitting around and pointing fingers. QC was already tracking defects into a SQL... [ more ]
Registered Member I found the section about using machine learning to add structure to be the most impactful. Getting the system to sift through the data and find items interest rather than just being a database to house information would allow businesses to be more efficient in identifying and acting on what is relevant. [ more ]
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