PSI Presents Industrial Software Intelligence at Hannover Messe

Industrial Software with Built-in Qualicision AI: Sustainable Production and Energy Supply

Under the motto “Industrial Software with Built-in Qualicision AI”, the PSI Group will present intelligent software products and AI-based applications for optimized as well as sustainable production and energy supply at this year’s Hannover Messe from 17 to 21 April 2023 (Hall 17, Stand G20). In addition, the PSI App Store and the new PSI Collaboration Space will be presented for customers; and as part of the strengthened partner initiative, also for partners.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is considered a key technology in industry. In this context, PSI is bundling its AI expertise in a group-wide working group. For more than fifteen years, the Qualicision software for decision support and optimization has been integrated into a large number of established PSI products. A number of AI applications are already being used successfully in customer projects in various industries and fields of application.

At this year’s Hannover Messe, PSI will be showing AI applications based on “Qualicision AI“, which optimize the production for example in the automotive sector, as well as the processes for decarbonization in the metal industry and for energy trading. Energy suppliers also use AI-based software for controlling power grids and for systematic grid monitoring. As part of intelligent maintenance and servicing strategies, energy networks and other processes in the industrial environment can be reliably controlled.

AI-based optimization algorithms are also used for the integration of electrified public transport and the charging infrastructure of individual traffic into the energy supply network as well as in the optimized charging of electric buses.

In addition, PSI participates with partners in numerous research projects in which Qualicision AI is also used, such as IKIGas – Industrial Artificial Intelligence for Safety in Gas Networks. In the ELMAR project, solutions are being developed for AI and cloud-based software for the decarbonization of raw material extraction. Moreover, PSI is developing standardized reference architecture as part of the research project on Standardization of Automotive Data Platforms (STAPL).

PSI is part of the “Guided Tours” organized by Hannover Messe focusing on “AI in Production”.

This article was originally published by PSI Transcom.

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