Improving Safety and Reliability in Industrial Operations using Semantic AI
Companies in the industrial operations field struggle to find solutions that accurately predict equipment failures and prevent potential workplace safety hazards. Shift handovers, which are a crucial step in the process of ensuring that equipment is up-to-date and employees are aware of any incidents, can be difficult to manage and analyze with traditional methods. Many of the critical digital reports such as operator logs, shift reports, incident management reports, etc. are typically filled out manually, often resulting in documents that are not only time consuming, but also challenging to search or decipher because each worker uses their own language.
When ineffective shift handovers lead to safety and productivity problems in the workplace, what’s the solution? Taxonomies, knowledge graphs, and text mining.
In this webinar, you will be able to see these solutions at work in an actual customer case study! Join us to hear how Yokagawa, a leading company in engineering and industrial automation, has used knowledge graphs in PoolParty to analyze shift maintenance reports and handovers.
Semantic Web Company’s Alexi López-Lorca will be joined by Yokogawa’s Zhi Min and Yokogawa’s Simon Rogers to show you how they have been able to quickly diagnose problems and improve workplace safety with PoolParty.
Use this webinar to see how implementing an operations knowledge graph can help your company:
- Automatically gather and visualize essential safety related information
- Simplify integrated manufacturing operations management
- Improve productivity and operational performance in transitional shift handovers
- Improve safety in industrial processes
As a user of semantic technologies, you can not only improve workplace safety, but also reduce maintenance costs and increase effectiveness in the plant.
If you’re interested in this webinar but can’t attend the live viewing because your time zones don’t align, don’t worry! Register now and we will be sure to send you the recording and answer any questions after the live event.
Zhi Min, Yokogawa
Simon Rogers, Yokogawa
Alexi López-Lorca, Semantic Web Company
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