Tag: industry 4.0

Artificial Intelligence | Internet of Things | Machine Learning
Isabelle Wirth 0
Miele interview: Why are networks important for digitisation in IoT?

IoT projects show through their versatility again and again how important interdisciplinary cooperation and partnership formation between companies is nowadays. In order to guarantee success, organisations must pay special attention to the interaction of hardware, software and research. The European 4.0 Transformation Center (E4TC) on the campus of Aachen University, Germany,

Artificial Intelligence
Marcel Lemahieu 0
How and when will AI deliver productivity and open new markets?

Since the rise of the industrial revolutions, there has always been a very active debate among the academic community confronting “technology innovation optimist” and “technology innovation pessimist”. Likewise, there is debate whether artificial intelligence (AI), like many previous technologies could have a positive or a negative impact on the economy,

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Bert Weemaes 0
Industry 4.0 - Boosting productivity with digital twin analytics

This article focusses on time-variant manufacturing processes, and how analytics can help boost their productivity. Many production lines relying on such processes are involuntarily operated using a suboptimal combination of input control settings most of the time. This weakens overall returns at facilities such as steel mills, mines, chemical and

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Internet of Things
Samuel Blanquet 0
The factory of the future is not a low-cost proof-of-concept — but proof-of concept is possible

Manufacturers are not like Steve Jobs. He famously didn’t worry about market research when developing the iPod, merely assuming — some would say arrogantly — that the product was so good that everyone would buy it. He was right, but few would have his confidence. Manufacturers, by contrast, tend to