Automation, despite what other people or Hollywood might think, is simply just giving over the complex duties to an automated machine so that there doesn’t have to be any oversight. It helps to accomplish tasks that would otherwise require a lot of time and effort for people to do. Quick learning is one of the best advantages of this type of automation. You just program what you need the machine to do, and it does the job.
- Tim Shinbara of AMT says cognitive automation figures out by itself how to approach a task.
- At the event, additive manufacturing, augmented reality, digital thread, and cognitive automation will all be on display.
- Mazak’s Industry 4.0 solution iSmart Factory brings predictive maintenance to CNC machine shops.
“Called Cognitive Automation, this approach to automation systems is a major focus of the MT360 event in Santa Clara, Calif., in May of 2020.”