BAE Systems challenge: Scalable artificial intelligence for visual inspection
BAE Systems is interested in an artificial intelligence (AI) vision inspection system which can, once proven, roll-out as a tool to assist with testing and quality checks across various assembly, manufacturing and build stages. This will encompass image categorisation, for build verification and quality checks, and inform “go” or “no go” decisions. The solution will need to be extremely quick and easy to train up and deploy, requiring minimal datasets to run, as well as scalable to new assemblies and build stages.
You can read more about BAE Systems and the two challenges here.
About Machine Intelligence Ltd
Machine Intelligence Ltd develops computer vision and machine learning techniques for industry and academia. It offers expertise in systems integration, software development and artificial intelligence (AI).
Using a novel machine learning technique, this solution will identify defects in manufacturing, improve the quality of the end product, reduce waste and save money. The highly-accurate system can recognise defects within camera images and will further improve the inspection process, which has typically relied on people, and more recently relies on using computer vision and AI. With the ability to learn from a small number of examples, it generates robust machine learning models that can be inspected and improved by a human expert.
For industry the solution will:
- Provide repeatable and simple defect detection from images, with high quality and accuracy
- Provide confidence in solutions
- Generate robust machine learning models that can be inspected and improved by a human expert
- Enable early identification of issues, which will reduce waste and save money
What the Made Smarter Technology Accelerator means to Machine Intelligence
“The Made Smarter Technology Accelerator programme will allow Machine Intelligence Ltd to demonstrate its technology in new application areas. We look forward to working with BAE Systems to expand not only our knowledge, but our market reach.” Simon Harding, Director, Machine Intelligence Ltd
Coming soon 23 June 2021 – Prototype presentation event
Taking place online on 23 June 2021, the programme will proudly present the first phase insights and learnings for industry. You’ll hear directly from the Industry Challenge Owners and Tech Sponsors, and find out more about the challenges they face and how to overcome them. Joined by the 14 programme startups you’ll discover the industry-changing prototypes as they pitch the conceptual solutions developed through the programme.