SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today at Semicon China, the largest annual industry-wide forum in Shanghai, Nanotronics will highlight its latest platform for transforming factories through artificial intelligence. At the Nanotronics-sponsored Smart Manufacturing event, Julie Orlando, Chief Product Officer, will present a paper entitled “Reinforcement Factories.” Ms. Orlando will describe Nanotronics’ recent breakthroughs using reinforcement learning and other deep-learning networks to optimize product design and factory control.
Employing a number of different artificial intelligence networks, Nanotronics is building a cohesive platform that will transform every industry. Ms. Orlando’s presentation will illustrate the future of AI factories and provide examples of the progress Nanotronics has made for manufacturing today and tomorrow.
Nanotronics is a leader in AI-enhanced industrial inspection and automation. Building on a legacy of manufacturing knowledge and scientific ingenuity, Nanotronics began with inspection instruments, creating a robust in-line platform that combines AI, automation, and sophisticated nondestructive imaging.
The potential for Nanotronics’ platform goes beyond salvaging defective products or preventing errors—or even reducing harmful waste and costs. Factory control and production instruments can learn from the process and improve it in real time. The result is a single platform that every industry can build from: smaller costs, smaller footprint, more agile.
Nanotronics Sponsored Smart Manufacturing Forum
Thursday, March 21, 2019
1PM – 4:45PM
Location: New Tech Stage, Hall E7, Shanghai New International Expo Centre
Reinforcement Factories at 2:35pm – 3:05pm
Nanotronics is an industrial platform that enables the factory of the future, where products are invented, engineered, and produced under one roof. Using AI and other advanced technologies for optical inspection, Nanotronics accelerates R&D into production, while reducing waste and creating smaller factories. Building on its legacy of revolutionizing industrial inspection for the most advanced manufacturers in nanotechnology, semiconductors, aerospace, and health, Nanotronics is at the forefront of redefining the manufacturing process. To learn more visit https://nanotronics.co.
About Julie Orlando
Julie Orlando began working for Nanotronics’ cofounders Matthew and John Putman at their previous company, Tech Pro Inc., where she played a key role in hardware development, sales, and customer service. When Tech Pro was acquired by Roper Industries in 2008, Ms. Orlando went on to run a division of Duramax, leading projects for major industrial entities, defense contractors, and branches of the military. Ms. Orlando joined Nanotronics as employee number three and currently holds the position of Chief Product Officer.