ClearObject, a company that employs the Internet of things (IoT) to transform companies’ operations, has recently launched a new artificial intelligence platform called ObjectiO. This platform is integrated with Google technology, bringing machine learning capability to various business processes. It also integrates effectively with any IT infrastructure, making it possible to pinpoint flaws and damages and correct them with ease.
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In partnership with wind subject matter professional turbine operators, ClearObject designed a turbine damage detection model. Thanks to the use of vision intelligence, they can quickly inspect for damages and their severity. Users need to upload the images of objects to the model, and the results are displayed on the screen.
In the case of energy equipment, the ClearObject artificial intelligence platform can spot various damages like erosion and coating damage. This helps the users check for any damages as well as the percentage confidence index. This model even helps to detect damages at different angles offering users a comprehensive assessment of an equipment’s condition. The ready-to-use models can even minimize the need for manual inspection, reducing any costly operational downtime and increasing inspection accuracy.
The ClearObject AI platform offers plenty of benefits than the visual inspection processes, such as less reliance on the time-consuming and costly manual inspection process. Using the AI user interface to review, scan, and upload outcomes it means that companies can channel their energy to handle other tasks. With the continuous learning of artificial intelligence, the results become accurate, leading to better outcomes.
Additionally, the continuous use of data from the company’s machine learning and customer base makes it possible for AI programs to monitor model performance. If you’re an ObjectiO client, you can benefit from 100 user licenses, unlimited image processing, and the latest software releases like the module beta release.
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