What AI can really do today

“People underestimate the capability of AI. They think it is a smart human. It will be much more than that.“ Elan Musk, 29.8.2019 In


What worries maintenance managers. Fmpro Round Table of maintenance managers - Digital Retrofit

On June 26th 2019, LeanBI, in cooperation with the company OST, was invited to present at the fmpro Round Table on the topic of


LeanBI is going to ICLR 2019 (6-9 May, New Orleans)

Artificial Intelligence is arguably one of the fastest growing fields of technology in the last 10 years. While machine learning is often used as


IoT and Predictive Analytics: Fog and Edge Computing for Industries versus Cloud (19.1.2018)

Image: ESG Research 2016 Why it doesnt always have to be the Cloud? Our industrial customers repeatedly doubt whether Cloud is really the right


Data-based process optimization – A workshop at TRUMPF AG in Grüsch

In an earlier blog we quoted already the mission of the Swiss Alliance for Data-intensive Services: «Swiss Alliance for Data-Intensive Services provides a significant


LeanBI at the Swiss Association for Analytics

12.10.2016 – Analytics for Sports The fourth event of the Swiss Association for Analytics in 2016 took place, as usual, at the Mövenpick Hotel


Understanding Through Detailed Example: Technical Procedure in Predictive Analysis with Specific Example of "Storage of Beer"

In Predictive Analytics historical and current data are statistically analyzed in order to make predictions of trends or behaviors (often in the future) using


Discover the Power of Your Data

We do not want our blog visitors to miss our half day free onsite workshop, an offer which has been quite well appreciated in


Analytics 3.0 and Industry 4.0 Should Marry to Give Birth to a New Star, Analytics Industry 4.0.

Analytics 3.0: After predictive analytics, now the prescriptive Fig.1: The development of analytics according to Davensport Analytics 3.0 is regarded as the new era


Data Warehouse – too Big a Headache for Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SME)

The concept of Data Warehousing (DWH) was developed by Inmon [1] and Kimball [2] in the 90’s with the objective of storing a company’s

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