Technology

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Manufacturing automation relies on systems integrators, and it’s not scalable

The CTO of ASUS believes the future of manufacturing starts with AI, but there is one hurdle we must overcome to reach Industry 4.0 – onerous deployments that require system integrators. Read how Instrumental and ASUS are building this future.

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Serverless Deep Learning: Challenges and Benefits

Rustem Feyzkhanov, along with the rest of the Instrumental machine learning team, create analytical models for manufacturing defect detection.

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Industry 4.0: Generalized Technologies Replace Purpose-Built Ones On The Factory Floor

Generalized tools, machines, and inspection are providing higher value today on the path to Industry 4.0.

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Five factors putting pressure on manufacturers to do better (Video)

Earlier in November, Anna spoke at ID Tech Ex 2018. Here's a reprise of her talk on why it's actually gotten harder to build great products, and what to do about it.

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Clandestine chips are the perfect hack and technology needs to catch up

Clandestine chips would be easy to insert into the design process and difficult to detect. How should supply chains protect against this new alleged attack vector?

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Shining light on dark yield

Whether it’s clandestine chips, counterfeit parts, or simple quality escapes, dark yield has very real bottom line impact.

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Best Practices: Use stars and severity to ruthlessly prioritize

A new suite of Monitor tab filters will help you figure out what to work on first.

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Best Practices: Use trends to understand the context of failures

Okay, so there’s failures… what do you do next? Here’s how to use our new features to get the context you need for next steps.

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