Nutonian, a machine intelligence company, announced an OEM relationship with Autodesk, a global leader in design software and services. Autodesk’s Fusion Connect, an IoT cloud platform, will embed Nutonian’s artificial intelligence (A.I.) modeling engine, Eureqa, to interpret IoT data.
Eureqa automatically discovers the simplest possible predictive models from raw data, enabling users to solve data-driven business problems. With Eureqa enhancing Fusion Connect, companies can automatically churn through connected machine IoT data to predict product failure, receive recommended improvements for product designs and identify potential new designs.
Said Bryan Kester, director of IoT at Autodesk, “We evaluated the A.I. and machine learning ecosystem and found Nutonian has many significant advantages that enable us to deliver a one-of-a-kind IoT analytics service.”
Eureqa can be used to determine the baseline for how a piece of machinery behaves under normal conditions. If a machine’s sensors indicate abnormal or suboptimal behavior, Fusion Connect’s dynamic predictive analytics, powered by Eureqa, will generate end-user alerts and dashboards explaining what’s happening and why. This will enable customers to automatically anticipate machinery maintenance, identify product flaws and develop smart, proactive business processes.
“IoT data is noisy and complex to analyze, which has limited its impact on business applications to date. We created Eureqa to overcome this challenge,” said Michael Schmidt, Nutonian’s founder and CTO. “The integrated power of Eureqa and Fusion Connect enables businesses to use IoT data to automatically predict and explain in real time why events happen, like equipment failure or maintenance. With scalable analysis and predictive foresight, businesses can optimize their operations and gain tremendous competitive advantage.”
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