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Learn about how AI can be used to leverage data from multiple sensors as it’s being consolidated by historian appliances.
AI for manufacturing has huge potential. As well as clear AI use cases like robotics and automation, the wealth of data being consolidated into industrial time series via historian appliances presents an opportunity for further AI applications. Using the data being consolidated, we can build early warning systems for critical issues, optimise maintenance programs, and improve processes. Delivered as part of our #AIFightsBack series, this is the second AI in manufacturing focused webinar, delivered in association with the Irish Centre of Business Excellence.

AI for manufacturing has huge potential. As well as clear AI use cases like robotics and automation, the wealth of data being consolidated into industrial time series via historian appliances presents an opportunity for further AI applications. Using the data being consolidated, we can build early warning systems for critical issues, optimise maintenance programs, and improve processes.

Delivered as part of our #AIFightsBack series, this is the second AI in manufacturing focused webinar, delivered in association with the Irish Centre of Business Excellence. The next two AI in Manufacturing cover some of the relevant machine learning techniques and how IoT can be used to support social distancing in the workplace.

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The historian and AI from Stephanie Locke

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