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Conquering the Challenges of Data Preparation for Predictive Maintenance


Jan 4, 2019 8:15 AM 2+ week ago

Predictive maintenance (PdM) applications aim to apply machine learning (ML) on IIoT datasets in order to reduce occupational hazards, machine downtime, and other costs. In this article, author addresses some of the data preparation challenges faced by the industrial practitioners of ML and the solutions for data ingest and feature engineering related to PdM.Read more.

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