Building cognitive intelligence in conveyor systems using intermediary anomaly detection and handling (IADH) technique

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Industry 4.0 is characterized by the interconnection of industrial systems and automation to enable efficient and autonomous industrial operations. Automating the tasks done by humans involves processing a huge volume of data across multiple sources in the industry and incorporating intelligence into the machine from the insights extracted from the processed data. Classification techniques play a vital role in extracting the features and predicting the best possible action that can be taken based on the processed data. However in cases where the underlying business rules changes, the algorithms fail to detect these changes early, thereby impacting the overall accuracy of the model. In this paper, we presented the Intermediary Anomaly Detection and Handling (IADH) algorithm to overcome the problem mentioned above. IADH algorithm will help to quickly identify the changing business rules of the industry and alter the prediction of the model. The architecture of this model does not restrict to one specific industrial machine but enables it to be reusable across multiple industrial systems. The details of the test data collected, algorithm steps, prototype built and software modules built to develop the product with the IADH feature are discussed in this paper. The results of the model with IADH and without IADH are compared to notice the improvements of the proposed IADH Technique for the collected dataset..




Poosapati, V. R., Manda, V. K., & Katneni, V. (2019). Building cognitive intelligence in conveyor systems using intermediary anomaly detection and handling (IADH) technique. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(12), 957–964.

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