Improving Maintenance Processes with Data Science
In this presentation we briefly describe potential benefits of using data analysis methods to improve maintenance processes. After a short introduction to an automated, multi-step maintenance process and a survey of the state of data in industry, we explain, how selected data analysis methods can be used to improve maintenance demand detection
SchlüsselwörterPredictive maintenance failure detection machine learning industrial data analysis
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