Tactical Cognitive Computing in Industrials and O&G
It’s a cliché that today’s manufacturing environment faces unprecedented complexity. From unconventional oil fields to high-tech car factories, the pace of adoption of technology in industrial enterprises is only accelerating. There is higher focus on frequent design changes, cost/ operational efficiencies, and performance expectations from the product. At the same time there is higher regulation, more standards and increased emphasis on health, safety and environment – specification for a simple bolt and flange can be 20 pages long.
In this environment, smart decisions based on reliable data are critical for profitability. Naturally, all industrial enterprises invest heavily in scientific decision making. A range of sensors generate endless data via the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Today, this data is analyzed using advanced Big Data software. However, there are certain bottlenecks that limit productivity.
Technologies like tactical cognitive computing process abstract ideas free from structures, tables or keywords. In this White Paper we examine three low hanging uses of tactical cognitive computing for manufacturing environment of industrial enterprises. Hope you enjoy it.