Data has become the new oil, and that is clearly evident in the manufacturing and automation spaces. As we transition to activities beyond Industry 4.0, we must take advantage of the technologies available to us, or we will be left with out-of-date methodologies. For example, the latest networking speeds can combine with 5G to bring data between the Edge and Cloud in record speeds. In this session, we will look at how data can be used for such manufacturing improvements as predictive maintenance, higher levels of security, and much more accurate Edge computing.
Smart manufacturing and AI go hand-in-hand. You can’t perform smart manufacturing with out some form of AI, whether it be machine learning, computer/machine vision, etc. At the Smart Manufacturing Day virtual conference, attendees will learn from the experts what goes into the design of these systems, from processors, to the boards, to the end platforms themselves, as well as all the software and tools that drive them.