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Integrating Machine Learning into Workflow Automation in AEC and Manufacturing

Date

Wednesday, 25th March, 2020

Time

10.30 AM (GMT – 6 )

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AI has now become the technology of the present.

The growth in software with accelerated hardware brings infinite opportunities to companies.
We are going to talk about predictive and prescriptive analytics in construction and Manufacturing.

Modern engineering is complex. There is large amounts of data getting collected with IoT and digitalization.

Machine Learning is quickly being adopted as a game-changer across so many industries like e-commerce, healthcare, banking and functions like sales, marketing. It is time we welcome it with open arms and integrate it to automate the engineering and design functions across AEC and manufacturing.

Date

Wednesday, 25th March, 2020

Time

10.30 AM (GMT – 6 )



AI is now become the technology of the present.
The growth in software with accelerated hardware brings infinite opportunities to companies.
We are going to talk about predictive and prescriptive analytics in construction and Manufacturing.

Modern engineering is complex. There is large amounts of data getting collected with IoT and digitalization.
Machine Learning is quickly being adopted as a game-changer across so many industries like e-commerce, healthcare, banking and functions like sales, marketing. It is time we welcome it with open arms and integrate it to automate the engineering and design functions across AEC and manufacturing.

In AEC there are use cases like :
Scan to BIM
Automatic check for government regulations.
Predictive UI

In Manufacturing:
Automatic feature recognition
Estimation for Costing and delivery timeline

All of these are focused on making human time available for high value and high impact tasks. The potential for creating smarter workflow automation is infinite.

Modern computer vision algorithms can easily handle 3D and 4D Data which enhances the capabilities of BIM in construction or helping engineering to adapt to Industry 4.0.
Machine Learning is here to stay and change the way we work for the better

For all this and so much more, join us for a series of Webinars, where we will take you through ML and its application in AEC and manufacturing to create a better tomorrow.

Do more and better with Less. May the force of Machine Learning be with you.

Speaker Profiles

Varun Bhartiya – CEO and Co-Founder of nCircle Tech
He completed his B-Tech (Mechanical) and M-Tech (Intelligent Manufacturing) from IIT Madras, in 2007. He has been passionate about coding since,he joined General Electric (GE) aviation in India and developed applications for Aircraft engine blade profile designing and optimization. His contributions earned him the accolade of Debutante of the Year 2008 at GE. After a few years at GE, Varun moved to 3DPLM (a joint venture between Geometric and Dassault Systemes) and worked on implementing a 3D Fluidic module in CATIA which enables the designer to design various Piping and HVAC Designs.

Barathi Ganesh – CTO, Arnekt Solutions
A pioneering Artificial Intelligence technologist with 5+ years of experience in implementing AI-enabled technologies and enterprise systems that facilitate business processes and strategic objectives. HBBG is CTO, Arnket with expertise in implementing AI-enabled technologies and enterprise systems that facilitate business processes and strategic objectives. He has Continuous practitioners in the blending of technology and business requirements for defining powerful future business strategies, which were evidenced by cost-effective, high-performance services and products. Technically, Cognitive Science Practitioner and Research Scholar (Ph.D.) with 40+ research publications, 5+ organization of international shared tasks, 15+ shared task participation and 10+ AI MOOC certifications. HBBG is passionate about experiencing first-hand by performing AI-powered digital transformation of business solutions.


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