New Podcast: Beyond the Lens: AI-Enabled Vision Systems From machine malfunctions to parts problems to human error, a lot of seemingly miniscule mistakes can occur in a manufacturing production line that can lead to costly defects. Coming to the rescue are smart industrial computer vision solutions that can see beyond the lens, using computer vision and AI for defect detection. Listen to our podcast with the Eigen Innovations Chief Revenue Officer who describes the value of these systems and answers the question: are we moving closer to zero-defect manufacturing?
Low Power WAN Yields High Energy Monitoring Solution Data aggregation and low-power networks enable energy companies to roll out Internet of Things-enabled devices that bring visibility into their operations. With a focus on optimization and predictive maintenance, these technologies and the emerging LoRaWAN standard can protect their investments.
Using IoT to Identify Malfunctioning Commercial Refrigerators Climate change mandates are impacting supermarkets, which maintain large, often inefficient, refrigeration systems. Luckily, advanced sensor technologies are making it easier to identify leaks and track temperatures, making markets more sustainable.
ASUS Keeps an AI on Quality Control in Smart Manufacturing Automating quality control on production lines improves defect detection and ensures continuous operations. A customized automated optical defect detector leads one hardware vendor to build a software development kit to help system integrators improve their clients’ manufacturing processes.
ADLINK Enables Automated Arc-Welding Defect Detection with Industrial Machine Vision Edge Solution Scalable solution built with the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit helps detect porosity defects in real time.
How John Deere Taps IIoT to Boost Weld Integrity Partnering with Intel, the farming equipment manufacturer combines AI, machine vision, and advanced processing to identify 'porosity' in equipment welds on its manufacturing line. The success of this pilot program could open the doors for integrating the defect detection solution in John Deere’s 52 factories around the world.