The March 30, 2021 took place le 3rd CAFMET webinar, organized in collaboration with DELTAMU, on the
"Metrology at the service of Artificial Intelligence"
It was moderated by Jean-Michel POU (DELTAMU, France).
Questions related to periodic connections to international standards, to the conformity of measuring instruments and to measurement uncertainties are now at the heart of the profession of industrial metrologists
The industry is now interested, and more and more every day, in digitalization. At the heart of the industry of the future, namely Industry 4.0, this " digitization "seems to promise significant productivity gains, using the " Big Data " to feed Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) algorithms. This A.I. should help us better understand our processes in order to reach the Holy Grail of " defects "and the " right the first time ». These objectives are perfectly in line with the current crucial question of better management of resources, energy or raw materials: " Doing what is necessary ».
Since its creation in 2005, CAFMET's mission has been to promote best practices in metrology and quality. It also endeavours to carry out a technological watch to guarantee up-to-date information. CAFMET is resolutely committed to this mission by proposing, in partnership with the company DELTAMU this free webinar during which speakers will present the challenges of the I. A in the industrial world and the role that metrology must now play there.
As a preview, the creation of a new license will be presented Data analyst industriel co-constructed by Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, Senegal, the Institut National Polytechnique Houphouët-Boigny in Côte d'Ivoire and SIGMA Clermont-Ferrand in France. This license will open its doors in 100% digital for the theoretical part of the course from September 2021.
After 10 years in a calibration laboratory, from calibration technician to COFRAC accreditation manager and then general manager, Jean-Michel POU decided to create his own company in 1998. DELTAMU has always had a very different vision of metrology than the historical one, which he considers not always adapted to industrial needs. For him, the metrologist must participate, today more than ever, in the global performance of his company.
A true metrology enthusiast, a profession he discovered at the end of his studies, Jean-Michel POU decided to create the company DELTAMU to change industrial practices. Convinced that it is not enough to check the measuring instruments every year to guarantee the reliability of the measurement results, he is committed to freely defending his vision of the metrologist's profession.
To date, Jean-Michel POU participates in the great 4.0 revolution currently underway in the industrial world. He is notably the Ambassador for the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region of the Alliance Industrie du Futur and Vice-President of the AURA Industrie 4.0 association, born from the merger of the Auvergne Efficience Industrielle excellence cluster and the Mont-Blanc Industries competitiveness cluster. He is also one of the initiators of the specialized Master© program accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles and offered by the SIGMA Clermont engineering school: "Data Science for Engineering". He is also associate director of the Humantodata consortium, which specializes in supporting industrial companies in the digital revolution.