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Manufacturers often view AI as highly complex and expensive, requiring end-to-end systems throughout their whole company to work properly. The reality is, AI is much more focused and achievable. It can work on factory floors with minimal construction and get connected to machines via the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With this article, the author presents key advice and three scenarios for how manufacturing intelligence has been used in real settings.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, Dr. Roger Brooks, Chief Scientist at Guavus, defines artificial intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Machine Intelligence (MI) and how each of these impact whether or not an IoT solution is successful.
IoTSWC announced the 10 leading technology companies who will participate in their Test Bed displaying their solutions this October.
Web Werks plans to strategically deploy its new upcoming state-of-the-art Infrastructure in Delhi NCR Region.
Biometric firm ID R&D and AI startup Wavio announce a partnership to deliver high-performance sound detection. Founded by Deaf and hard-of-hearing execs, Wavio's SoundAI software can bring sound recognition to any device or environment. Capable of detecting over 500 sounds, SoundAI can be integrated into smart home devices, voice assistants, robotics, and interactive products. Wavio is announcing an expanded offering with the integration of biometric firm ID R&D's acoustic detection, and AI and ML technology.
Advances in AI are reshaping the future for airlines. Application areas include crew management, flight maintenance, ticketing, and passenger identification, and they all center on one objective: improving the customer experience.
On this IoT For All podcast episode, John Candish, Head of IoT Products at SAP Digital Interconnect explains what connectivity is and why it's fundamental to enabling enterprises to become intelligent. John also discusses the relationship between AI, IoT and connectivity.
Alibaba is perhaps the biggest adopter of enterprise machine learning. They've used ML in warehouses to increase productivity by 70 percent.
Scalable Risk Solutions Announces Strategic Partnership with Risk Management Consulting Division of Brown &...
SenSOAR has a suite of “best in class” sensors that use AI and machine learning to monitor and protect properties from a variety of potential high frequency and high severity losses from water, fire, smoke, gas, temperature, motion, mold, and many other perils. The insurance industry is actively searching to find solutions like SenSOAR which is an all-in-one property monitoring platform and includes a water leak detector and temperature monitoring with the ability to shut off water at the sign of a spike in usage or a frozen pipe. SenSOAR has the capability to monitor millions of properties every year.
Total investment of $5M boosts product development and market presence in rapidly growing market of autonomous support for routers, smart hubs, gateways and edge devices in smart homes