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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AT THE EDGE OF MANUFACTURING

November 1, 2021

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Robotics, automation, Internet of Things (IoT), and data are not new in manufacturing. Manufacturing is one of the most data-rich and first industries piloting artificial intelligence at the edge. It’s been estimated, however, that about  95% of all industrial data goes unused. The reason? Legacy equipment and operational systems that tend to be proprietary and siloed are incapable of communicating with each other.

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