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Connect2Discover@VDMA: Interoperability meets AI

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Artificial Intelligence and Interoperability are two key technologies that are set to shape the future of digitalization and automation of the mechanical engineering industry. In this Connect2Discover@VDMA event, we would like to show the "connection" between these two topics and report on other VDMA services in this area.

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Kostenlose Veranstaltung
Di. 13.08.24 14:00 - 15:00 Uhr
Veranstaltungssprache
  • Englisch

Artificial Intelligence and Interoperability are two key technologies that are set to shape the future of digitalization and automation of the mechanical engineering industry. In this Connect2Discover@VDMA event, we would like to show the "connection" between these two topics and report on other VDMA services in this area.

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AI has become a valuable trend in the mechanical engineering industry. The incorporation of AI algorithms into, for example, control systems for condition monitoring or process optimization, is currently an active topic of research and development. A typical AI algorithm requires data in a specific format for its training and performance. It comes into action after extracting and preprocessing information into learning datasets, and into recorded or even runtime data inputs for evaluation. In a production environment with a wide range of machines under operation, to collect data from each individual machine and make it available for the AI framework is a challenging task and a deciding factor.

Interoperability is an essential aspect of Industry 4.0 and is undergoing rapid implementation in the mechanical engineering industry. When machines must communicate with each other in a digital environment, there are some usual compatibility constraints.  These constraints may, for example, arise when machines of different types produced by different manufacturers from different countries come together.  Interoperability is the technology that removes the previously known constraints of compatibility in the digital collaboration of machinery. By standardized information models and interfaces, it enables a digital network of communication that forms the foundation for intelligent production.

Interoperable interfaces are designed with the goal of realizing plug-and-play and provide data and semantic knowledge in standard formats. This can facilitate the integration of AI and broaden its application range in the automation pyramid. This talk will explain how both technologies connect in realizing digitalization and automation in the industry.


With our digital event series Connect2Discover@VDMA we offer you a successive and continuous insight into our wide range of services and show you how you can use your association to your advantage - every 2nd Tuesday of the month, always at 2 o'clock, 2 presentations of about 30 min each - entertaining, compact, competent - click here for the overview. The target group for this event-series are all "newcomers" to VDMA and all those who would like to get to know the range of services better - members or those who are interested in a membership. Every third event is in English, for the others we offer simultaneous translation. If you would like us to inform you or your colleagues about our next Connect2Discover@VDMA-events once a month, please send us a short mail to marc.ludewig@vdma.org
 

 

 

Agenda

Di. 13.08.24

14:00 - 14:30 Uhr

Optimizing the implementation of artificial intelligence through interoperability – are there quick wins?

Guido Reimann

Guido Reimann

Koordinator Kompetenznetzwerk KI und Stellv. Geschäftsführer

VDMA Software und Digitalisierung, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland
Andreas Faath

Andreas Faath

Abteilungsleiter Machine Information Interoperability

VDMA Machine Information Interoperability, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland

14:30 - 14:45 Uhr

The services of VDMA Machine Information Interoperability (MII) for efficient digital transformation

Andreas Faath

Andreas Faath

Abteilungsleiter Machine Information Interoperability

VDMA Machine Information Interoperability, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland

14:45 - 15:00 Uhr

How the VDMA digitalization team supports you

Guido Reimann

Guido Reimann

Koordinator Kompetenznetzwerk KI und Stellv. Geschäftsführer

VDMA Software und Digitalisierung, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland

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