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IMC-2018 Possibility Paradigm Session 17:26

by Stuart Gillen, SparkCognition

The industrial plant of the future is closer than you think. As digitized assets, infrastructure, and processes become standard operating requirements aimed at improving safety, efficiency, and reliability, they've paved the way for artificial intelligence to enable a new breed of intelligent, semi-autonomous or autonomous industrial plants. Specifically, machine learning solutions enable this transformation by predicting maintenance needs in advance, accelerating fault diagnostics, and automatically scheduling and coordinating maintenance at the most optimal time. Driven by fresh data and learning algorithms, these intelligent systems will improve over time, adapting to change and offering long-term business value. In this session, you will learn about the key industrial plant capabilities being enabled by AI, how they work together, and how customers plan to take advantage of them.

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