Artificial Intelligence gaining ground in industrial applications
The event is an “executive and visionary seminar for manufacturing industries, researchers and technology and service providers worldwide”
organized by Dimecc Ltd, which is a “co-creation ecosystem” for the Finnish technology companies.
According to presenters, Ilmari Veijola and Tuomas Humalajoki in the Siemens-organized session, simulation models are reaching an
unprecedented level of detail and realism, which has been dubbed as “digital twin”-technology and simply refers to the fact that the simulation models are digital images of the technical real-world reality that they depict.
Ville Hulkko talked about how “Artificial Intelligence” (AI) can be used in designing autonomous cars and other unmanned vehicles. He stressed out that current AI-applications controlling the unmanned vehicles are not yet autonomous, but require a regular human intervention.
These topics are addressed in the Strategic Research funded project “Manufacturing 4.0” .