On Tuesday, we are opening up the 3rd edition of the Maintenance Analytics Summit where attendees will have a chance to follow online presentations by some of the esteemed experts in predictive maintenance, condition-based monitoring, IIoT, asset lifecycle management and Advanced Data Analytics.
In the previous article, we introduced some of the topics and presentation that were discussed at the very inception of the Maintenance Analytics Summit.
Sarah Andreas, Data Scientist at Airbus, will be joining us at the Maintenance Analytics Summit to present how they use deep learning for anomaly detection.
We are just a few days away from the third edition of the Maintenance Analytics Summit. The inaugural Maintenance Analytics Summit took place in 2018 as a response to the need for a platform where experts can present and discuss innovative case studies on data-driven maintenance in the heavy asset and manufacturing industries.
As everyone working with HR becomes aware of the importance of data analytics and its impact on enhancing recruiting, workforce management and performance, it’s a matter of time when the question of an HR dashboard is put forward.
The engineering and metal cutting industry are undergoing a dynamic shift towards digitalisation.
We are honoured to welcome Renato Magliacani and Federico Puccetti from Baker Hughes as presenters at the virtual edition of the Maintenance Analytics Summit.
When your business is serving customers in 6000 cities, in 64 countries and millions of riders, you have to make sure you live and breath customer satisfaction. Uber, the global tech leader in ride-sharing, can teach us a thing or two with how they manage to keep all their riders and drivers happy.
Many industrial and manufacturing companies have their data stored in file systems and ERPs. But, if data scientists and engineers are to use this data to provide value, it has to be available and accessible in a consolidated cloud space.
In predictive maintenance, there is often a gap between “nice to have” and “must-have” solutions. Technical experts and customers disagree on what should be the final outcome of the digitalisation.
How much data-driven and digitalised can we become without the fear of overlooking the human element in HR? After all, the role of HR is to manage the people of the company and needs to maintain some core values like empathy and humanity.
Hamid Al-najjar, Maintenance Engineer at Seco Tools, will be joining us as one of the speakers at the virtual Maintenance Analytics Summit. During his presentation, Hamid will reveal a ten metrics approach that enables industrial companies to manage assets lifecycle and its performance from the inception to disposal with less cost.
The first word that people use to describe Millennials is tech-savvy or tech-literate. The majority of Millenials don’t remember a time when there was no internet or technology. Although they were born before the tech revolution caught on, they pretty quickly grew into the technology, and it became their second nature.
The decade of data and AI industrialisation holds great potential for organisations to see the full value of their data and AI investments. However, without a proper plan for adoption, firms can experience the detrimental consequences of resource and funding misallocation, warns Ashley Cline, VP of Sales at Cloud Interactive.
Adam McKinnon, Advanced People Analytics Practitioner at Merck KGaA, a German multinational pharmaceutical, chemical and life sciences company, demonstrated a case study involving a practical approach with text analytics for facilitating job rotation within the organisation at the Nordic People Analytics Summit 2019.
Jorge Davila Chacon discussed the RL application for debt collection at Data Innovation Summit 2017. But a time-lapse of almost 3 years is a lifetime in the machine learning world. This was the reason we invited Jorge to talk about recent developments in AI and ML, and particularly in reinforcement learning, not only from a technical side, but also from a social aspect of the adoption of these technologies.
Electronic access cards are nothing new – last century news. But what if you could open a door just by making a wrist with your phone. A group of very smart guys sat down and decided to find a way to take the experience of opening a door to the next level – and the perfect solution was to turn the phone into a key relying on gesture recognition.