Among the wealth of use cases for AI & ML in manufacturing, one rises above the rest in terms of feasibility and impact – predictive maintenance. Predictive maintenance addresses the age-old challenge of ensuring maximum availability of critical manufacturing systems.

Predictive Maintenance – A Powerful First Step Towards Adopting AI for Manufacturing

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Amidst the Industry 4.0 revolution, manufacturers are embracing cyber-physical systems and predictive analytics to drive astounding levels of innovation. In fact, across all industries, manufacturing is expected to generate 1/3 of the world’s investment in AI systems in 2019.   

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Competition is one reason for the rapid adoption of these technologies. In the current climate, those that don’t evolve quickly will likely find themselves outperformed by aggressive and nimble global competitors. Another reason is the tremendous amount of opportunity. Manufacturers can use AI systems to design smart products, run smart factories, forecast demand, ensure quality, reduce production downtime, and manage supply chain risk.  

Among the wealth of use cases for AI & ML in manufacturing, one rises above the rest in terms of feasibility and impact – predictive maintenance. Predictive maintenance addresses the age-old challenge of ensuring maximum availability of critical manufacturing systems, while simultaneously minimizing the cost of maintenance and repairs.  

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  • The variety of use cases for AI & ML in manufacturing 
  • Why you can’t wait any longer to roll out predictive maintenance 
  • How to use RapidMiner for predictive maintenance in your organization 

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