In an increasingly competitive and innovative landscape, can Airbus use machine learning to improve efficiency while not sacrificing on safety?
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Siemens is leveraging additive manufacturing to create value across its value chain — from equipment manufacturing to repair, maintenance, and services.
General Motors uses intelligent assembly lines to manufacture the intelligent cars of tomorrow
Introduction: Today, there are 560,000 “connected” Caterpillar machines – from back-office forklifts to high-powered 50-ton excavators – that have been outfitted with connectivity solutions designed to cut costs and drive productivity for customers.  Caterpillar, the leader in machinery innovation […]
Increasing product quality while reducing costs through higher productivity leveraging machine learning technology
Shifts in the consumer demand are pushing the traditional manufacturers to be more efficient than any other times before. SUALAB is using machine learning on vision inspection to help those manufacturers fulfill the new demand and maintaining control over costs.
Demand for applying digitization and machine learning to current operations has increased significantly for manufacturing companies today. Can one company expand its reach to help all industries reach their goal of digital transformation?