The manufacturing industry has changed in recent years. Humans on the shop floor have always used their senses and experience to anticipate machine failure before it occurs. Now, AI can be used in conjunction with human expertise.
Safety is also an important consideration in the heavy industry space; the shop floor has new hazards that didn’t exist a decade ago including robots and semi-automated and fully-automated moving equipment. AI has the potential to minimize or eliminate the risks posed by these machines.
According to the Harvard Business Review, one way to improve AI - especially in heavy industry - is to augment data with human intuition and insight.
Where does that needed data come from? We will address that question in this article. For Maya HTT, that data can be derived from both human and machine sources and combined in an approach known as sensor fusion, which we expand upon below.
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