HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
The CEO of Neuron soundware will share experience from real projects where artificial intelligence was able to recognize broken machines using sound. Sound is a rich source of data, and also quite universal, which is why mechanics and engineers rely on it so much. But a human cannot listen to 100 airplane or diesel engines for 1000 hours each, and make sense of it all. A machine can do this, and when one engine fails, it can apply that learning to all it has already heard, thus greatly enhancing the ability to detect and prevent future problems. By employing specially designed IoT devices that listen to machines 24/7, and sophisticated neural network models, companies can enter the future world of diagnostics already today.
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CEO, Neuron soundware
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