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Pensees speaks at “AI Applications for Manufacturing Sectors”organised by AI Pharos supported by JTC

The COVID-19 situation has pushed businesses to build resilience and to transform. With the support of JTC, AI Pharos organised a 3-part webinar series on “AI Applications for Manufacturing Sectors, to extend a helping hand to the former’s tenants. Pensees is honoured to be invited as a speaker for the webinar to share the company’s AI capabilities and solutions that are implemented in the manufacturing sectors.

Ms Jane Shen, Chief Scientist and Managing Director at Pensees Singapore presented on our smart factory solutions and how it can aid manufacturing sectors in increasing employee productivity to reduce costs and improve profit, especially in these trying times. Pensees’s SmartEye Solution (video intelligence technology), equipped with facial analytics technology, was introduced to JTC’s manufacturing sectors for the following benefits:

· Entrance Monitoring for automatic attendance taking

· Productivity Monitoring for understanding idle time and optimising operation flow

· Operation Line Analysis to identify bottleneck

· QA with VA Inspection for auto inspection with AI technology

· Screening test for new employees with automated training and test process

Pensees also shared about our Intelligent Facial Recognition Access System and Temperature Monitoring Module, which has received COVID-19 Pre-Approved solutions for SMEs Go Digital. SMEs and can receive up to 80% of funding for the purchase of the device. The webinar participants learned more about the product through a live demonstration, which showcased the benefits of having automated access with temperature monitoring system to help ease administrative efforts during COVID-19.

It is crucial for businesses to be aware of how to strategically tap on technology to tide over times of crisis. The importance of technology, particularly Artificial Intelligence, cannot be emphasised more, as it can aid businesses in increasing employee productivity, reducing costs, and thus improving profit. Businesses can benefit in the long run and be better prepared for unpredictable situations if we adapt quickly by equipping ourselves with existing technologies in the market.

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