Posts about manufacturing

Detecting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Using Machine Learning

There are skyscrapers and architectural marvels all around us. Along with an ever-evolving development in healthcare and major advances in engineering. But we live our daily lives clueless about what it takes to reach this level of progress. With 7.6 million employees and $1.3 trillion in annual expenditure, construction is considered to be one of the largest sectors in the U.S. But it is also the most hazardous industry with a high number of workplace accidents and injuries.

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Structured vs. Unstructured Data: What’s the Difference?

Businesses run on data. Data is so integrated into our daily lives that, most of the time, we don’t even realize just how often we use it to perform basic tasks and make decisions. Some of the ways we use data on a regular basis include:

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Deep Learning improving Quality Control in Manufacturing

With the increased demand in the market for goods and services, the manufacturing industry is pressurized to produce and supply mass production. This has demanded industries to speed up the manufacturing process and deliver standard quality goods buy-able to customers.

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Workplace Safety on a Manufacturing Shop Floor Using Computer Vision

Just a few decades ago, workplace safety in manufacturing used to be an afterthought. Workers in the manufacturing industry may recall many near-miss accidents that have occurred, especially related to heavy equipment and lack of safety controls. 

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Computer Vision in Inventory Management- Top 5 Applications

Here are top 5 applications of computer vision in inventory management.

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Computer Vision in Manufacturing - Top 5 Use Cases

From the use of machine vision in warehouse to advanced robotics in R&D labs, technology is creating a significant impact at every stage of manufacturing process. These technological advancements in the manufacturing industry has helped in reducing product defects, increasing flexibility, and enhancing product quality.

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Top 10 Computer Vision Applications - E-commerce, Banking and more.

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What is Computer Vision?

Human beings are able to recognize and find meaning in the photos they come across in their day-to-day lives. Scientists imitate this human ability using computer vision, a method that helps computers acquire, process, analyze, and understand digital images by translating those images into numerical data.

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