Leveraging AI for Smart Manufacturing using MATLAB and Simulink
9:30am - 12:15pm
The industrial world is changing with the emergence of smart industry including digitization, Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and Industry 4.0. Today’s production machines and handling equipment have become highly integrated mechatronic systems with a significant portion of embedded software.
A major driver of smart industry is the growing amount of data. Vision sensors, electric and hydraulic drives, even production machines and power plants all collect measured data during operation. This data contains information that can be transformed into business value using predictive models and algorithms.
Smart industry depends on the growing complexity of software and an ever-increasing amount of machine data. In the long term, the evolving trend will challenge engineers to become proficient in using new software design methods and data analytics tools in order to embrace this complexity.
Adopting AI in Today’s Engineering World
Integrating Machine Learning and Digital Twin for Predictive Maintenance
Automating Visual Inspection & Defect Detection using Deep Learning
With MATLAB and Simulink, engineers don’t need to be programming experts to build and implement high-quality software. They can focus on their technical engineering expertise for designing the functionality of technical systems.
During this seminar we will answer the top 3 engineering questions commonly asked in Smart Industry:
How can you use machine data to improve production performance or predict failure?
How can you apply image processing and deep learning techniques to detect anomalies?
How can you deploy these AI-based systems to industrial PC, edge or cloud computing platforms?
Who Should Attend
Engineering professionals, who are currently working on or wish to implement AI for Smart Manufacturing, such as
Quality Control Engineers