by Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) announced today that they have developed an AI technology that predicts changes during automated manufacturing processes and then makes real-time adjustments in the factory-automation (FA) equipment, such as motion speeds, etc., during operation. The AI technology eliminates the need to make time-consuming adjustments manually and estimates the level of confidence for factors like machining errors. It then controls FA equipment using the appropriate levels of confidence. This technology will enable more reliable, productive and stable operations, especially in agile manufacturing.
1) Fast: AI achieves high-speed inferences for dynamic control of FA equipment control
In factories that use FA equipment for agile manufacturing, such as computerized numerical controller (CNC) cutting machines and industrial robots, the movements, operating speeds, acceleration, etc. The equipment’s operating parameters can change during operation. Skilled workers are required to adjust operating parameters in conventional manufacturing according to different specifications. This includes the level of accuracy. Mitsubishi Electric now has an AI technology that can simultaneously infer high-speed data and control equipment for real-time FA operations. The new AI control technology, which is low-load and uses the expertise of Mitsubishi Electric as an FA equipment manufacturer, performs inferences and simultaneously controls FA equipment. The technology is designed to minimize its processing load and still achieve high levels of inference accuracy, while also guiding FA equipment control.
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