Quality Control in Manufacturing Using 3D Digital Twin with the SAS Platform

September 6, 2019

Manufacturers are achieving next-level improvements in quality, productivity and reliability by applying analytics, including AI and machine learning, to their shop floor and IoT data and are learning best practices from experts at SAS.  This video demonstrates how to apply machine learning algorithms with a 3D digital twin, using the SAS Platform to drive quality improvements.

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