- by Cory Fogg, Automation.com
By Cory Fogg
Social distancing requirements and efforts to facilitate remote workers have called for automation to play a starring role in making things feasible for many organizations. Here are a few instances where automation is playing a significant role in facilitating a more harmonious world in the future.
- by Takayuki Sugizaki, Yokogawa Electric
By Takayuki Sugizaki, Yokogawa Electric
Plant managers are faced with the dual challenges of increasing production efficiency while maintaining aging equipment, and corporate executives must do the same across the entire manufacturing enterprise. In the process industries, subject matter experts (SMEs) are those end user employees with the expertise required to understand processes and equipment.
The technology partnership will work to simplify the deployment of deep learning-based classification, segmentation, and object detection capabilities for visual inspection applications.
As the winner, Contilio was awarded €25,000 and the opportunity to deliver a live proof of concept (POC) at the TÜV SÜD International Business Park in Singapore.
- by Marc Dekker
While bottlenecks still exist in today’s manufacturing environment, the good news is that the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) is providing new ways to solve them.
The servitization maturity model is a four-step process that will serve as the roadmap for manufacturers to navigate the necessary steps and changes required for the journey to delivering Product-as-a-Service (PaaS).
By Michael Schuldenfrei, OptimalPlus Big Data Analytics (BDA) tools have changed how organizations everywhere do business, and they are already saving many electronics manufacturers millions of dollars today.
The three-year collaboration combines the power applications and networking capabilities of Emerson‚Äôs Ovation automation platform with Vayu‚Äôs cloud-computing wind energy optimization technology.
As part of their agreement, Invasystems will adopt the Falkonry LRS machine learning system and empower well operation engineers to predict equipment and system failures. This is designed to help oil and gas operators reduce downtime and increase production by detecting patterns and conditions in existing operations data.
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