The Need for Sensor Data Quality Management

Timeseer.AI

Sensors and sensor data are at the heart of any manufacturing and IOT/IIOT system. The data is the basis for all Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and other digital applications supporting data-driven optimizations.  The more we are depending on data, the more vulnerable we will be to sensor data reliability and quality challenges. During this presentation,  we will explain why poor sensor data quality can be blocking the true adoption of data-driven strategies, and how to get started with a fundamental approach to sensor data quality management.

2022 Sigmafine Virtual Summit

October 19, 2022

Bert Baeck

Bert Baeck
CEO, and Co-Founder
Timeseer

Speaker Bio

Bert is co-founder and CEO of "Timeseer.AI". Before, he worked as a partner in a technology Venture Capital firm for three years (Smartfin Capita- $400M AUM). Bert is also one of the founders of Trendminer, acquired by Software AG in 2018, where he became CEO in 2014. Bert started his career (2004) in the chemical industry, working as a data expert for Covestro. Bert holds a master's in computer science with a major in AI. He currently holds Board positions at several technology companies such as Versasense, Locatee, and Rombit.

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Timeseer.AI

Tame unreliable data, reduce overall data downtime, and make time-series analytics more trustworthy with Timeseer.AI. Empower your data teams to detect, prioritize, and investigate data quality issues before these hit operations. Timeseer.AI is already trusted by leading data teams from more than a dozen Fortune 5000 companies.

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