Edge Computing, Embedded Systems

Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
AI and Machine Learning November 5, 2021

Digital twin group signs two liaison agreements

The Digital Twin Consortium is developing AI and IoT enabling technologies and propelling them across manufacturing.

By Digital Twin Consortium (DTC)
Courtesy: Bosch
AI and Machine Learning October 26, 2021

Manufacturer, university collaborating on extended reality, IIoT projects

Bosch announced a collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) to further research in spatial computing to design and demonstrate an architecture for extended reality (XR) applications in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) context.

By Bosch
Courtesy: Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology, www.controleng.com 
AI and Machine Learning October 19, 2021

Machine learning can lead to cleaner water

A Louisiana State University-Penn State research team is using machine learning (ML) to developer a smarter approach to ionic separations which could improve water treatment, resource recovery and energy production.

By Elsa Hahne
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
AI and Machine Learning October 17, 2021

Two schools receive NSF funding for AI research

Indiana University will be a principal organization in two new National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes.

By Indiana University
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology Virtual Training Week, Wood
AI and Machine Learning October 13, 2021

AI, controls and the future of maintenance

Artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are helping control and maintenance effectiveness, and an application demonstration shows how process simulation and machine teaching builds AI-based controllers to resolve industry problems, as shown in an Oct. 21 Virtual Training Week course.

By Mark T. Hoske
Courtesy: Kevin Field, Nuclear Oriented Materials and Examination Group, University of Michigan
AI and Machine Learning October 11, 2021

Augmented reality for testing nuclear components

A machine learning platform developed by University of Michigan researchers detects and quantifies radiation-induced defects instantaneously and could be extended to interpret other microscopy data.

By Sara Norman
Courtesy: Peter Galan, a retired control software engineer
Embedded Systems, Edge Computing October 4, 2021

Finite-state machine for embedded systems

Get help for finite-state machine programming for embedded systems using C programming language.

By Peter Galan
Courtesy: Kayla Wiles, Purdue University
AI and Machine Learning October 1, 2021

How sea slugs can create better artificial intelligence systems

Researchers have discovered quantum material for artificial intelligence (AI) systems could mimic basic forms of learning found in the sea slug, which could help create better hardware.

By Kayla Wiles
Courtesy: Micropsi Industries
AI and Machine Learning October 1, 2021

Robot control system for complex applications

The MIRAI controller enables robots more precise and complex performances

By Micropsi Industries
Courtesy: Seeq Corp.
AI and Machine Learning September 12, 2021

Scaling machine learning for the manufacturing masses

Enabling access to machine learning algorithms in easy-to-use advanced analytics applications accelerates insights in process data. A specialty chemical manufacturer used ML tools to predict over 90% of quality deviations and save more than $500,000 per year in quality downgrades.

By Allison Buenemann