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Tag: AI

After a shot is executed, data on the fragmentation, muckpile shape, vibration and noise can automatically be integrated to allow AI to refine its models for use in the next drill-shot plan. Photo: Picsguru/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Cutting-edge approach to achieve the perfect ton

January 12, 2021By

How AI can enhance everything from blast design and drilling plans to fragmentation and flyrock prevention.

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Manufacturing trends to watch in 2021

January 7, 2021By

From a brand-new customer experience that’s here to stay to cutting-edge technology, Syncron’s Venkat Eswara offers a look at what 2021 has in store for manufacturers and, ultimately, end users.

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Concrete sensors are helping to more precisely determine when new concrete pavement is ready to handle heavy traffic. Photo: Purdue University/Erin Easterling

How ‘intelligent’ concrete could impact road repairs, traffic

May 21, 2020By

Purdue University’s Luna Lu is researching unique ways to build artificial intelligence into concrete-paved bridges and highways, enabling them to prevent and repair their own damage.

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Volvo Group, Nvidia partner on autonomous technology

July 2, 2019By

The Volvo Group entered into a joint agreement with Nvidia to develop artificial intelligence for autonomous commercial vehicles and machines.

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The opening general session of the NSSGA Annual Convention took place Monday at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Tech entrepreneur opens NSSGA Annual Convention

February 11, 2019By

Gigaom’s Byron Reese, a keynote speaker, addressed emerging tech categories that should have an impact on all businesses in the years to come.

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