FireVisor is creating Self-Aware Factories
Our journey to the Self-Aware Factory
Manufacturing is a 17.2 trillion dollar industry, creates 21% of all jobs in the world, and is the central engine of global economic growth. But today’s factories are dumb. An army of human inspectors are needed to make sure no fault escapes the production line and an army of process control engineers constantly tweak and monitor machines.
This is ridiculous, because the machines, on the other hand, produce an abundance of valuable data. However, the data is unused and simply gets discarded. It’s so much data that humans are not able to analyse it. We want to make use the mass of data to make factories self-aware.
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Meet the Co-Founders and Exec Team
Before starting FireVisor, Surbhi has built automation systems for semiconductor and memory giants that saved them thousands of unproductive work hours. She aims to make manufacturing great again. When not working on that, she buys more books than she could ever read and wonders why things work the way they do.
Long is passionate about creating strong teams of empowered engineers. At times, he tinkers with his biosensors and mines his personal location data. Before FireVisor, he started two tech companies in Germany and Hong Kong. When he is not building a company, he plays ultimate frisbee, does rock climbing and travels the world.