“We capitalize on latest software technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, and big data to initiate smart manufacturing,” emphasizes Tom Ho, CEO at BISTel America. One of BISTel’s major competitive advantages is that it is a leader in utilizing AI and has deployed AI techniques in its core products, viz., Equipment Engineering System (EES) and Manufacturing Analytics. In a typical manufacturing setting, equipment is key to productivity and quality. In line with demand, BISTel aptly facilitates the upkeep of manufacturing equipment and addresses all EES needs—real time monitoring and fault detection, equipment and process utilization, runtime control optimization, equipment recipe management, as well as predictive maintenance—through its advanced product suite powered by the industry-proven PeakPerformance technology.
When it comes to manufacturing analytics, BISTel brings in a cutting-edge analytic engine, eDataLyzer, that can collect, organize, and analyze manufacturing data from varied sources in a fraction of the time consumed in the manual approach.
We capitalize on AI, deep learning, and big data in an endeavor to usher in smart manufacturing
Evidently, several clients of BISTel today reap benefits from this modern approach. Here, Ho recalls the case of a process equipment manufacturer that engaged its engineers to run equipment processing and relied heavily on its domain knowledge and experienced personnel. Soon after implementing BISTel’s EES, the client was able to gain a deeper insight into the process as the EES tool captured all the sensor data emerging from the process—temperature, pressure, flow, etc.—in real time while also archiving its past data. After learning specific process parameters, the tool dynamically detects equipment and process abnormalities with minimal user configuration and modeling. The BISTel solution aided the client in significantly reducing system deployment time and time-to-repair, while providing accurate and timely fault detection.
BISTel has already proved its eminence at the 2017 SEMICON West Conference where its recent innovations in AI and big data have garnered effusive acknowledgment. Moving forward, BISTel is planning on expanding its AI capabilities in self-learning, self-modeling, and machine learning in various manufacturing applications.