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Ypsomed, a medical technology company, was able to retrofit Industrie 4.0 digital control systems onto its legacy plastic injection molding machines.
Machine learning and other advanced technologies are embedded in advanced analytics software to empower engineers and other experts.
North Carolina State University researchers have developed AOGNets, a framework for building deep neural networks that uses a compositional grammar approach to extract useful information from raw data.
Making the connection between alarm management and process safety management can ensure a safe and productive process.
MIT researchers have developed an autonomous control system that “learns” the steering patterns of human drivers as they navigate roads in a small area, using only data from video camera feeds and a simple GPS-like map. See video.
The MIT-Air Force AI Accelerator, will conduct fundamental research directed at rapid deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) innovations in operations, data management, cybersecurity, and vehicle safety.
Getting the most out of an investment in manufacturing IT seldom produces the desired results unless a simultaneous review and redesign of business processes is undertaken.
North Carolina State researchers have developed a framework for deep neural networks that allows artificial intelligence (AI) systems to become better at performing previous tasks by learning from its prior actions.
Texas A&M University researchers have been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to research data mining to optimize decision making in the software brain.