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Case Altia: Ensuring product quality through machine learning for Altia

INTRO

Altia wanted to improve quality assurance by automating the fault detection further, thus giving the quality assurance team the possibility to focus on more challenging tasks. With raised accuracy, waste would also be reduced, as the production line can be stopped and fixed if errors occur.

Image recognition to the rescue

We wanted to investigate if machine learning could produce a more accurate result than the human inspector. A cloud-based and on-premise solution were both used in order to test accuracy, and over 1200 images were used as a training set for the AI. The end results: near 100 % accuracy in recognition in both the cloud and on-premise solutions. Altia now has the capability to divert quality inspection resources to more complex matters. We are currently implementing the solution at the Rajamäki factory.

We helped the customer:

  • Scope the problem for proof of concept

  • Create the data set to test drive the algorithms

  • Train their people in machine learning problem solving

  • Build the prototype into the cloud and on-premise for comparison purposes

  • Create the business decision materials and justifications for the actual project

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