Bonsai was founded in 2014 to reduce complexity and lower barriers that often make it difficult for software developers to program AI models.
Over time, we’ve learned that the most immediate value of AI becomes clear when it’s applied in specific use cases within specific industry verticals. Speaking with business leaders and executives, we continue to see an underserved market with a genuine need for more accessible machine learning technologies: enterprises with industrial control systems.
These enterprises work in a range of industries, including robotics, manufacturing, supply chain, energy and HVAC. All want to leverage AI technology to enhance operations of these systems, but the kinds of tools these execs want - tools that allow enterprises to scale their existing domain expertise, while optimizing their best people’s work with machine learning - simply don’t exist.
That’s why the Bonsai Platform has been built to make industrial AI techniques more accessible to a team of subject matter experts, data scientists and developers within an organization. The machine learning tools and technologies best suited for industrial AI - including deep reinforcement learning, simulations, and machine teaching - allow enterprises to combine human knowledge and cutting-edge AI to program intelligent control into real-world systems.
Five or six years ago, applying AI to industrial applications would have been premature. But the technology has progressed to the point where it can be used to solve more than just toy problems. With the right tools and algorithms, industrial AI applications can now accomplish critical tasks at scale in large organizations.
The AI use case spectrum is vast. Here are some ways to tell if industrial AI techniques are the right approach to solving your organization’s business problems:
We believe that industrial AI techniques will become the standard for dynamic production environments, complex autonomous systems and other scenarios in which continuous control and optimization are paramount.
To learn more about getting started with Industrial AI, and to learn more about the best-fit use cases, download our free whitepaper, “Artificial Intelligence for Industrial Applications”.