Factories grow greener, leaner with the right AI software

Fero Labs CEO explores how machine learning is ushering in Industry 4.0 for automakers and suppliers

As the automotive industry struggles with new technology trends, supply chain interruptions and increased sustainability pressures, a growing number of manufacturers are turning to smart factory optimisation software. New York start-up Fero Labs believes its software suite based on explainable machine learning could help manufacturers simultaneously tackle KPIs around efficiency and emissions. “Today’s manufacturers face a multitude of challenges as costs surge and emissions and sustainability become top of mind for consumers,” says Chief Executive Berk Birand, also one of the company’s founders. The aim is to tackle both of these issues without having to choose between competing objectives.

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