Design Solutions magazine focusing on solutions for the Design Engineer talks to our CEO, Salman Chaudhary, about the 5 ways that Computer Vision is changing manufacturing.
Our CEO, Salman Chaudhary talks to Construction Computing about why those companies that move early with regards to Computer Vision (CV) AI will set the pace of the industry and gain prime benefits.
EmpiricAI has secured a major new distribution agreement with electronic security distributor QED, its’ first UK partner, that will see its innovative Computer Vision AI (Artificial Intelligence) solution offered across the UK and Europe.
Precision is an overriding theme for the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The scores of AI start-ups that have emerged during industry 4.0 promise greater clarity, insight, and transparency over whatever problem they’re trying to solve. In the main they deliver, usually by leveraging the mountains of data businesses create to paint clear and lucid pictures of fuzzy scenarios that befuddle businesses. In so doing, they help organisations to see.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Computer Vision is rapidly becoming a technology that is having the single largest impact on workplace safety and productivity. Anything that requires round the clock monitoring, or frequent manual inspections, or involves repetitive tasks, is a good candidate for Computer Vision AI.
Following a 6 week pilot project, chemical manufacturer Engro Polymer & Chemicals Limited (EPCL) has signed a contract with EmpiricAI to implement its WorkSafe Analytics Solution, demonstrating that they place the safety of its staff and speedy return to business for its customers above all else.
With vaccine programmes across the world gathering pace, a return to work by the end of the year is on the cards for many workers. But according to a new survey by the UK’s ICAEW, most employees are reluctant to return to return to their office, with only 1 in 3 planning to go back. It’s a number that pales in comparison to the 59% of workers across the rest of Europe who are prepared to return to their office. In truth, it’s not a huge surprise.
In his first week in office, the new President of the United States Joe Biden signed an executive order for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to issue revised guidance to employers on workplace safety related to the COVID-19 outbreak. It’s a move that places employee health front and centre of plans to combat the virus’s spread and is a marked change in direction from the previous administration. It’s ramifications will have an effect way beyond the life of the pandemic.
“Solving complex problems is really what artificial intelligence and machine learning are all about. We leverage expertise in a number of areas, including industrial plant operations, enterprise software, and data sciences, to develop sophisticated models. These models ingest data generated by the organisation and transform it into actionable insights and immediate outcomes.”