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Using AI and IoT to optimize factory-wide operation

This solution here on display at the #FujitsuForum visualizes all manufacturing data to provide accurate information on the current manufacturing status. It compares, analyzes, and predicts data per index item, including plant KPIs, across different sections to aid in maximizing manufacturing performance.

We recently announced to begin verification of IoT-based visualization system in Intel Corporation’s semiconductor factory in Penang, Malaysia, Intel’s largest factory outside the U.S. The system can visually capture the operational status of its semiconductor production lines and environmental data such as power and water usage. It links the FUJITSU Business Application Intelligent Dashboard, an analysis and visualization tool that supports factory-wide optimization, with the Intel® based IoT Gateway and the FUJITSU Cloud Service K5 IoT Platform, a cloud-based IoT data utilization platform service.

Already last year, under the strategic concept of “Made in China 2025” (also known as the “Chinese Version of Industry 4.0”) that has been promoted by the Chinese government since 2015, INESA Group, a large-scale, state-owned company, has been working to provide smart city solutions. INESA Display Materials Co., Ltd. (INESA Display), an INESA Group company that has long manufactured color filters for LCDs (liquid-crystal displays), is promoting the use of IoT and big data together with Fujitsu. Have a look at the case study here:

 

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