Fujitsu delivered the complex and tailored AI software with a flexible licensing model, which meant that Siemens Gamesa was able to minimise upfront investment. The solution is designed to easily scale to include new models of wind turbine blades, and runs on-premises on Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers. Fujitsu plans to introduce a cloud-based version of the AI technology in 2018.
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11 Fujitsu Develops State-of-the-Art AI Solution to Revolutionise Non-Destructive Testing Manufacturing Inspection – announced on October 2, 2017
Fujitsu’s AI technology has also been deployed in many diverse fields, for example: Supporting the Kawasaki Geological Engineering Road Cavity Surveys to help prevent sinkholes, using AI-Enabled Image Recognition System to Revolutionise the Manufacturing Line and Fujitsu Leverages AI to Develop Highly Accurate Recognition Technology for Strings of Handwritten Chinese Characters. Find out more.
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Date: 07 November, 2017
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