Mastering the Art of Unsupervised Learning: Techniques and Guidance
Unsupervised learning, a cornerstone of artificial intelligence, has emerged as a powerful technique that enables machines to uncover patterns and insights from unlabelled data.
Shift from reactive to proactive safety and incident management by creating a technology-based safety culture with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Minimise risks, prevent incidents, improve safety scores and overall Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) ratings by integrating real-time monitoring and alerts into operation. With predictive analytics and optimisation, identify hazards and establish dynamic risk profiles to improve working conditions and immediately intervene and mitigate potential risks.
By creating an integrated and holistic safety program using artificial intelligence and machine learning, we have a real-time and dynamic safety net to protect employees and assets.
Monitor Real-time IoT and Machine Vision-based alerts (including personal protective equipment, hazards, and mobile equipment risk) to ensure safety compliance. Use Digital Twins for real-time visualisation and scenario modeling.
Predict OH&S incidents by creating forward-looking machine learning-based ‘Dynamic Employee Risk Profiles’ to calculate employee’s chances of being involved in an incident on any upcoming day.
Prevent incidents by retraining, proactively removing employees from potentially dangerous situations, and sending live compliance alerts to employees to immediately eliminate dangerous working conditions.
Monitor proper use of safety equipment
Understand complex video events in real-time
Machine Vision-Based Monitoring
Predict Events Using Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Asset Monitoring and Safety Optimisation
Create a technology-based Safety Culture using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Get in touch with us at AI Consulting Group to get started. Identify opportunities and use cases to monitor, predict, and intervene in potential safety concerns.