JULY EDITION

A New Future of Innovation and Efficiency for Industrial Manufacturing


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Dennis Owino

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THEME #2

How can AI, machine learning, and IoT reinvent the manufacturing industry?

RUNDOWN

The current worldwide COVID-19 crisis has significantly disrupted global supply chains, shifting demand patterns for services and products across industries. Brands in the industrial manufacturing sector have to adapt to this 'new normal' by harnessing new technologies such as AI, ML, and IoT.

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of things can help industrial manufacturing organizations strengthen their operational resilience and transform product innovation.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence with the advanced Internet of things (IoT) will support smarter and more connected products.

Machine learning and AI together, in a manufacturing environment, allow engineers to delve deeper into data and identify both problems and potential improvements more quickly.

Manufacturing companies can use artificial intelligence and ML to model heat transfer, RF interference, and feed back data from a first rapid prototype to improve the next iteration.

KEYPOINT # 01

Intelligent Data Transfers
The merger of data science and digital technologies will allow for intelligent data transfers.

KEYPOINT # 02

AI/Machine Learning to Understand Use Cases
AI and ML can help engineers study the use case of a product before it is released. In this way, handling/touching issues can be assessed and reviewed before the product reaches the mass production phase.

KEYPOINT # 03

Know a Manufacturing Sector's Tolerance for Risk
In the area of AI, we use more and more early development work on tools that allow engineers to speed up the prototype process--things like 3D printing 1st samples and better simulations of PCBs.