Unleashing the Full Potential of Shop Floors with AI
The innovative data science tool, MELSOFT MaiLab (Mitsubishi Electric AI Laboratory) helps companies drive productivity improvements on manufacturing lines. The new solution offers an intuitive, operator-centric platform that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically optimise operations while maximising equipment monitoring, visibility and diagnostics.
Artificial Intelligence Helps Lifting Data Treasures
Every day, sensors in production plants collect huge amounts of data. However, companies seldom realise how valuable the correct evaluation of large amounts of data is. This creates data graves whose potential remains undiscovered. The Heubach Group had a similar experience. However, with Festo AX artificial intelligence, it was proven that benefits for maintenance, engineering and productivity can be achieved from central PID data.
Adding Apps Into the Field!
What comes to mind when you hear the word “app”? WhatsApp? TikTok? Linked-in? Broadening our scope from these examples that deliver entertainment and connection, what can apps do for users in the process industries? Quite simply, an app is an application software that generates benefits for the user - on your mobile device, in the cloud or on a server 'under the desk'. Let’s take a look at three apps for process instrumentation, exploring their different approaches as well as their advantages.
Cloud-Based Fluid Management Allows Innovative Opportunities
Cloud-based, smart solutions deliver transparent, digital communication. ProMinent’s web-based platform ensures safe monitoring of system statuses and process data in the cloud from any location. This allows operators in various sectors to improve their process reliability and system efficiency.
HANNOVER MESSE 2022: Ensuring Security of Supply and Growth in a Dynamically Changing World, While Counteracting Climate Change
The topics to be discussed this year are more relevant than ever. Kay Petermann from IEN D-A-CH interviewed Dr. Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Managing Board, Deutsche Messe AG, on the comeback of the fair as a live event.