ISSN :2582-9793

Circuit Design for Predictive Maintenance

Original Research (Published On: 10-Dec-2022 )
Circuit Design for Predictive Maintenance
DOI : 10.54364/AAIML.2021.1136

Dr. Taner Dosluoglu

Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 2 (4):533-539

Dr. Taner Dosluoglu : weeteq Ltd

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DOI: 10.54364/AAIML.2021.1136

Article History: Received on: 30-Nov-22, Accepted on: 02-Dec-22, Published on: 10-Dec-22

Corresponding Author: Dr. Taner Dosluoglu


Citation: Dr. Taner Dosluoglu (2022). Circuit Design for Predictive Maintenance. Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 2 (4 ):533-539



Industry 4.0 has become a driver for the entire manufacturing industry. Smart systems have enabled 30% productivity increases and predictive maintenance has been demonstrated to provide a 50% reduction in machine downtime. So far, the solution has been based on data analytics which has resulted in a proliferation of sensing technologies and infrastructure for data acquisition, transmission and processing. At the core of factory operation and automation are circuits that control and power factory equipment, innovative circuit design has the potential to address many system integration challenges. We present a new circuit design approach based on circuit level artificial intelligence solutions, integrated within control and calibration functional blocks during circuit design, improving the predictability and adaptability of each component for predictive maintenance. This approach is envisioned to encourage the development of new EDA tools such as automatic digital shadow generation and product lifecycle models, that will help identification of circuit parameters that adequately define the operating conditions for dynamic prediction and fault detection. Integration of a supplementary artificial intelligence block within the control loop is considered for capturing non-linearities and gain/bandwidth constraints of the main controller and identifying changes in the operating conditions beyond the response of the controller. System integration topics are discussed regarding integration within OPC Unified Architecture and predictive maintenance interfaces, providing real-time updates to the digital shadow that help maintain an accurate, virtual replica model of the physical system.


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