How AI can future-proof your business
As one of the world’s leading digital airports, Schiphol is looking to increase its level of customer satisfaction through process automation.
We set out to show how our BrainMatter platform could empower Schiphol and its main contractors with on-time performance during the life cycle of the airport’s physical assets whilst reducing operational costs.
BrainMatter viewed nearly 2,000 high-resolution panoramic images with approximately 25,000 relevant identified assets
BrainMatter has learned to recognise and assess 8 asset classes out of the 80k+ assets in just 7 days
BrainMatter users can define rules to initiate follow-up actions when an object has been recognized, such as a notification or signal to an asset management system.
Download the case study and find out how BrainMatter's Intelligent Automation enables asset managers and quality inspectors to longer having to carry out manual inspections and instead will be notified via tickets when assets such as lighting, smoke detectors and surveillance cameras require maintenance.
This allows Schiphol and its main contractors to intelligently automate asset monitoring, improve first-time fix rates, increase information exchange, reduce costs and improve risk identification.
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