Diagnostics, Asset Management
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Companies are turning to their information technology (IT) departments to leverage and gain insights on the large amounts of data being generated.
Empowering engineers to interact directly with data, often using algorithms developed by data scientists, accelerates time to insight.
New research has revealed that the manufacturing industry is dangerously underestimating the role that technology will play in building a sustainable operation that can thrive in the face of future pandemics, the climate crisis and economic and political instability.
Increasing adoption of analytics bridges the gap between process experts and data scientists, encouraging manufacturing collaboration
Off-the-shelf IIoT solutions use intelligent routers and associated cloud services
Original air date
September 17, 2021
Industrial organizations benefit from predictive analytics; engineers can use this advice to select the best predictive analytics solution for their operations.
Mike Malone, principal process engineer at Toray Plastics America, answered additional webcast questions about data engineering and machine learning as they relate to analytics.
Industrial manufacturers are using edge controllers and industrial PCs (IPCs) to implement practical analytics initiatives from the edge up, instead of from the enterprise down.