CEO Avner Ben-Bassat comments on the company’s value propositions with IoT and AI such as Digital Assistants on the production floor, guiding production floor staff through daily operations with alerts and notifications. Plataine works heavily in the industrial sectors such as Aerospace markets. Avner highlights how Aerospace uses raw materials and the sensitive nature of these materials, and the value of alerts related to expiring composites and how to use the supplies in an optimal manner.
CAMX 2017- Avner Ben-Bassat in panel discussion on the Internet of things and the digital thread in Composite part manufacturing
IoT, AI and Cloud-Computing in the Service of Composites Part Fabrication
With the rapid expansion of connected devices and sensors in composites component manufacturing processes, the sheer volume of data being collected dramatically increases.
Manufacturing optimization technology, utilizing AI, can collect IIoT-based data, analyze data trends, raise alerts and recommend – or even independently take – optimal actions, weaving a digital thread from raw material to the end-product, to guarantee highest levels of quality and quality control.
Industrial IoT and the Digital Twin: As companies grapple with ways to effectively deploy and scale new technologies that leverage industrial connectivity, clear pathways are emerging for the creation value from the massive amounts of data produced on the shop floor.
• Avner Ben-Bassat, President & CEO, Plataine Technologies
• David Riemer, VP, Aerospace and Defense Strategy, Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.
• Jeff Smith, Director, Ideas Lab, Dassault Systèmes
Moderator: Greg Harris, PhD, PE, Associate Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering; Director, Southern Alliance for Advanced Vehicle Manufacturing Center, Auburn University