With the help of its novel artificial intelligence (AI) technology Maisart®, the Tokyo based manufacturer- Mitsubishi Electric has reportedly introduced a new offering to facilitate efficient design of production floor layouts and material flows, along with precise productivity estimations.
Reportedly, the technology allows comparison of accurate productivity improvement plans along with reducing the time required to do it by half.
The solution combines the designing of material flow and production-floor layouts in order to provide reliable and immediate identification and determination of potential issues which may pose as a threat in traditional nonintegrated design environment.
Notably, the new productivity enhancing solution visualizes critical information like distance intensity analytical information which is generated as and when improvements are structured. Material flows, layouts and the speed of material moving between the processes among many others may be easily displayed with the help of graphics to improve the quality of planning.
For the record, the novel system automatically provides adequate data to carry out precise production-volume calculations depending on the data received from actual production processes like work efficiencies and changes in process times.
Additionally, with the help of such data, production volume can be duplicated with over 90% of precision and various improvement plans can be compared with respect to the required amount of productivity.
Mitsubishi Electric’s AI-powered Maisart is the company’s revolutionary AI patented technology. The solution comprises of automated design deep-learning algorithm.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is a prominent name in production, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment that are largely used in space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, information processing and communications and building equipment.
Recently, the company had finished the work for a new satellite production facility in Kamakura, Japan. The project increased Mitsubishi’s manufacturing capacity to 18 satellites every year from the previous 10.
Source Credits: https://www.mitsubishielectric.com/news/2020/0326.html