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New case study: Optimising AM process parameters
Project MEDAL, in collaboration with the AMRC, Boeing, Constellium, and GE Additive has demonstrated the effectiveness of Alchemite™ machine learning in accelerating process parameter optimisation for a new laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing process. Such a capability will enable AM project teams to bring new processes to market faster by significantly reducing the amount of experiment involved.
Upcoming webinar - towards 'Net Zero' with machine learning
Machine learning can make products and processes more efficient, reducing waste, energy usage, and resource consumption. Join us to find out how, with insights from the recent ‘Build UK India’ project focused on minimising wastage in an industrial manufacturing process for aerospace.
Machine learning for Additive Manufacturing at AMUG
We’re heading to Chicago this weekend to meet the Addtive Manufacturing community at the AMUG Conference. Find us at booth 64 in the Expo on Sunday and Monday (3rd/4th April). We’re looking forward to discussing how machine learning is being applied to enable data-driven Additive Manufacturing, enabling AM project teams to get to market, faster, with robust, reliable processes. If you’re not going to AMUG, get in touch to arrange an online meeting.
Hear Intellegens speak at 'AI/ML in Formulation Design'
Dr Tom Whitehead, Head of Machine Learning at Intellegens, will speak at the SCI event ‘AI/ML in formulation design – Opportunities and Challenges’. Tom will be sharing experiences of applying Intellegens’ unique ML technology to optimise formulations, with example projects including work on inks, drugs, speciality chemicals, foodstuffs, and polymers.
On the blog: Making it greener, keeping it safe
In this month’s blog, we discuss how machine learning can help businesses to meet regulatory challenges relating to the environment and health. The key is resilience and speed of response in product development when there is a need to reformulate. Machine learning can extract insights from your existing formulations data that can help you to identify solutions and reduce the number of experimental cycles.
Video demonstration - Output tolerance
Watch our latest demo video to see how the new output tolerance feature in Alchemite™ Analytics enables users to explore the impact on a system’s outputs of variations in its inputs. For example, you may not be able to exactly specify the percentage of an ingredient present in a formulation or material, and may want to understand how much cost and effort you should put into controlling this range.
Intellegens announces US expansion
We’re pleased to announce the expansion of our operations to include a US-based sales and service team. Intellegens already has an active and growing customer base of US-based organisations in sectors including chemicals, materials, aerospace, battery technology, and energy. The first Intellegens team members in the US will enable us to work more efficiently with these customers, and to grow more rapidly the number of organisations benefitting from the Alchemite™ technology.
- 3-4 Apr (Chicago, IL). AMUG Conference. Meet us at the expo.
- 5-6 Apr (Birmingham, UK). MACH 2022. Intellegens will be on the ‘Made Smarter Innovation’ stand.
- 12-13 Apr (Birmingham, UK). MedicalAM 2022. Intellegens is speaking.
- 26 April (London). AI/ML in Formulation Design. Intellegens is speaking.
- 11-12 May (Birmingham, UK). CHEM UK 2022. Intellegens is exhibiting and speaking.
- 8 Jun (Online). Third Alchemite™ Focus Group. Invite-only event for Alchemite™ users.
- 29-30 Jun (Birmingham UK). Advanced Materials Show. Find us on stand 18-714 in the exhibition.
- 5 Jun (Zurich, Switzerland). ‘Discovery on Steroids: how AI will speed up innovation’. Intellegens is speaking.