Leveraging IIoT, AI and Machine learning to optimize operations in manufacturing and infrastructure | SPONSORED
Manufacturing is poised to play a critical role in shaping the economy for the next decade and beyond. The opportunities are endless if the advanced manufacturing industry can strengthen its innovation vision and embrace the reality of end-market disruption, but there are some challenges too.
When you talk about the specific challenges for small and medium-sized enterprises, they need to be privy to some of the lessons learned by the big corporations based on their interactions with the consultancies. And when you take a little bit closer look at it, it also comes down to the day-to-day operations of a small and medium-sized enterprise. Sometimes they get so caught up with just making it through the day with the jobs that have to be processed that they don’t have the time to begin to look at what data. Data that has been generated just by the natural work that’s being done day to day. And then having a chance to look at that data and interpret it in a way that can help them improve their process, whether it’d be in the efficiency of the process, the quality of the process, or maybe the performance of the product or component that they’re creating. And that’s exactly where we can come in and help. It’s through the power of data analysis of applying strong AI and machine learning techniques to begin to see the forest through the trees and begin to understand genuinely where the weaknesses are in the process and be able to optimize those to whatever goals the particular company may want in that specific job.
In the end, no matter what the size of the organization is, it is essential to develop a relationship with the leader of that company and to make it clear to them that the success of what they’re undertaking depends on how they translate and communicate the importance of those goals to everyone from the top to the bottom of the organization. Empowering their workers to learn and take on these challenges is also essential.
This is a short excerpt from the interview our colleague, Greg Orloff, had with Cliff Emmons, CEO & Interim CTO at IIoT Oxys Inc.
Watch the full interview for more insights about the challenges we face as a nation regarding critical infrastructure. Also, Cliff shares a special message/piece of advice for the manufacturing community. Also, learn how IIoT Oxys Inc. can help manufacturing companies, their unique value proposition, and how they differ from other IIOT companies in the market.
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