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Learn how AI technology is able to utilize small data sets to help companies quickly capture a wide variety of product anomalies, and dynamically update defect books for real-time training. Today’s AI solutions are maximizing efficiency, minimizing product defects, and eliminating wasted inventory for companies worldwide.
Speaker info: Dr. Dongyan Wang, VP AI Transformation at Landing AI, a company founded by Andrew Ng to empower companies with artificial intelligence. Prior to Landing AI, Dr. Wang served as senior executive for multiple Fortune Global 500 enterprises such as Midea Group, NetApp, and Cisco, leveraging artificial intelligence, data science and blockchain technologies to lead strategic enterprise-wide transformation initiatives. He has also served as the COO of Grand Intelligence, a technology consulting company, and Chief AI Officer of a Blockchain + AI startup. Dr. Wang holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He holds more than 10 granted US granted US patents, 10+ international patents, and 30+ pending patents.
Suppliers, manufacturers and end users demand ever-increasing quality standards, so an advanced technical cleanliness program is fundamental to eradicating critical particulate contamination along the entire production process. ZEISS Technical Cleanliness Solutions identify the root cause of contamination, allowing you to make the right decision faster.
Don Mahon, President of 1Source Metrology in Toronto shares his many years of industry experience used to help manufacturers deliver perfect parts faster. He discusses trends in new inspection equipment and software - and also real-world continuous improvement in both the present and future.
David Wick, manager of product management at ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions, describes how CMMs can be used in industries from electric vehicles to additive manufacturing, and offers advice on getting the most out of the technology.
Jim Spichiger, past-chair of the ASQ Inspection Division and a long-time quality expert, discusses how continuous improvement projects might work, misconceptions about the process, and improvement successes from his own career.
Additive manufacturing is at the forefront of the new industrial revolution. Carl Dekker explains how additive technologies have evolved, why additive standards are needed, and how you can get involved in the process.
Consider the full impact of calibration on your product. James Guede, calibration and quality services manager at Advanced Technology Services, offers his advice on the calibration process and how companies can maximize the value of it.