You can’t assume that everyone can analyze a 2 kHz signal, but if you have such a signal, you can feed it into the tool we developed and see if everything worked as it should, explains Dr. Claus Lenz, one of the founders of Cognition Factory, using a specific example.

This principle also applies to job-welded structures for use in construction. The possibilities for the use of AI in industrial processes are manifold here. The great challenge is to analyze a large number of individual parameters in complex processes in order to increase quality and at the same time support and relieve humans. This is especially true for additive manufacturing in the construction industry. One core of Cognition Factory is the research character that characterizes its own projects.

AI in additive manufacturing
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