Industry Artificial Intelligence. A Game Changer in Manufacturing.

Industry artificial intelligence (IAI) is a literal light bulb moment for manufacturers. Optimize asset, supply chain, and inventory management. Improve machinery acquisition and maintenance. Reduce your environmental impact.

Electricity – and particularly the facility to work safely beyond daylight hours – drove industry into the 20th century. The switching-on of artificial intelligence on factory floors will power the next generation of industrial manufacturing, sparking unimaginable enhancements in productivity and product quality through manufacturing process optimization.

Artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a method of processing data to automate the decision-making, problem-solving, and execution involved in manufacturing process management. A factory powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) can expect its IAI to:

  1. Automate complex tasks
  2. Monitor and respond to data in real-time
  3. Increase efficiency and quality of production
  4. Communicate internally and with remote suppliers or customers
  5. Learn and improve by itself and with human input

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Game Changer in Manufacturing

The smarter ‘smart factories’ get, the more optimized manufacturing management will become. Machine learning is the element of artificial intelligence that deals with the way computers can produce better, more decisive analysis with each roll of the dice. Algorithms not so very different from those Google uses to deliver targeted ads to your browser are being employed to predict market changes on the micro and macro level.

In the past, management would respond to market changes retrospectively – like slamming on the breaks (or hitting the gas!) right after they’d passed the window of opportunity. This time lag is becoming a thing of the past.

AI algorithms are becoming more and more adept at analysing growth trends. But as they get smarter, the patterns that they identify will take into account not just sales and supply chains, but every little detail that affects the market, from location and economic conditions to politics and the weather. And they’ll tell manufacturers before it happens.

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