Posted by : brij fbEducator Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Sound is everywhere, even when you can’t hear it. It is this noiseless sound, though, that says a lot about how machines function.  Helsinki-based Noiseless Acoustics and Amsterdam-based OneWatt are relying on artificial intelligence (AI) to better understand the sound patterns of troubled machines. Through AI they are enabling faster and easier problem detection. Both companies were also finalists in last year’s New Energy Challenge, an initiative by Shell, YES!Delft, and Rockstart that looks at innovative technologies and solutions within European and Israeli startups for the energy transition. Following last year’s success, a 2018 edition of the challenge was just launched.…

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