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Projects We have completed under AI-ML:
Use of AI -ML for Heavy Machinery in Manufacturing Plan:

Gear Manufacturers of mechanical equipment faced challenges with unexpected equipment failures leading to unplanned downtime. This not only disrupted production schedules but also resulted in higher maintenance costs and reduced overall equipment effectiveness. 

What did we do? Installed sensors on critical manufacturing equipment to collect real-time data. Gather historical data on equipment failures, maintenance records, and production schedules. Data Analysis: We analysed the data and have some uneven trends. There is a correlation between room temperature and machine temperature. Data Preprocessing: There are some outliers, we used capping techniques to remove it. We removed the columns that create multicollinearity. Model Building & Model Evaluation: We used Random Forest, Gradient Boosting, SVM Model. We finalized Random Forest as Precision and recall are important, and got good f1-score. Deployment: We deployed a project on AWS EC2, stored data on S3,etc. Reduced Unplanned Downtime: The predictive maintenance system significantly reduced unplanned downtime by allowing proactive intervention before critical failures. Increased Equipment Lifespan: By addressing issues in their early stages, the lifespan of manufacturing equipment was extended, reducing the need for frequent replacements. Improved Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE): The manufacturing process became more efficient, contributing to a higher OEE and increased productivity. Conclusion: The implementation of AI-driven predictive maintenance not only addressed the immediate challenges faced by Gear manufacturers but also transformed their manufacturing operations. The proactive approach to equipment maintenance led to cost savings, improved equipment reliability, and enhanced overall manufacturing efficiency.
Grocery Image Classification 
Executive Summary:
This case study explores the application of deep learning in grocery image classification, specifically using the ResNet-50 model. The goal is to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of detecting grocery items within a diverse dataset.
Introduction: In the era of advanced computer vision, image classification has become a vital component in various industries. This case study focuses on a dataset containing images of grocery items, aiming to leverage the ResNet-50 architecture to improve the accuracy of classifying these items. Problem Statement: Accurate grocery image classification is essential for inventory management, retail optimization, and customer experience. Traditional methods often fall short in handling the diverse range of grocery products. The challenge is to create a robust model that can accurately identify and categorize different types of grocery items. Methodology: Data Collection: Assemble a diverse dataset of grocery item images, ensuring representation across various categories. Annotate the dataset with accurate labels for training the model. Preprocessing: Resize and normalize images to ensure consistency. Augment the dataset to improve model generalization. Data Augmentation used to increase the number of Images. Model Selection: Choose the ResNet-50 model for its proven effectiveness in image classification tasks. Fine-tune the model to adapt it to the specific characteristics of the grocery dataset. Model Training: Split the dataset into training, validation, and testing sets. Train the ResNet-50 model on the training set, optimizing for accuracy. Implementation: Analysis: Evaluate the model's performance on the validation set, fine-tune hyperparameters to enhance accuracy, and analyze any challenges faced during training. Visualize the model's predictions to identify potential areas of improvement. Solution: After multiple training iterations, the ResNet-50 model should demonstrate improved accuracy in classifying grocery images. Fine-tuning and optimizing hyperparameters contribute to achieving a reliable and efficient solution for grocery image classification. Implementation: Deploy the trained ResNet-50 model to classify grocery images in real-world scenarios. Monitor its performance in identifying different items and make adjustments as necessary for optimal results. Results: Present the model's accuracy, precision, recall, and F1-score on the test dataset. Showcase the improvements achieved through the ResNet-50 model compared to baseline models or traditional methods. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings and highlight the effectiveness of employing the ResNet-50 model in grocery image classification. Emphasize its potential impact on inventory management and customersatisfaction. References: Research papers and documentation related to ResNet-50 architecture, image classification, and grocery dataset annotations. Title: Email Categorization for Enhanced Efficiency and Security Introduction: In the fast-paced world of digital communication, effective email management is crucial. This case study explores the implementation of an email categorization system to streamline workflows, remove redundancies, and bolster security measures. Project Overview: With a growing influx of emails containing various elements like images, symbols, and potential security threats, the organization identified a need to enhance email categorization. Objectives: 1. Implement techniques to extract and preprocess email data. 2. Identify and remove irrelevant elements such as images, unnecessary symbols, and spelling mistakes. 3. Develop a robust model for categorizing emails into spam and non-spam categories. 4. Involve security experts to enhance the accuracy and security of the categorization process. Methodology Data Collection: Email data was obtained in HTML format, requiring specialized techniques for extraction and preprocessing. Data Preprocessing: Applied a multi-faceted approach using email.parser, regular expressions, and Beautiful Soup to clean and structure the email data. Security Integration: Worked closely with security experts to incorporate threat detection measures into the categorization process. Model Training: Utilized Naive Bayes and Random Forest algorithms to train the categorization model. Testing and Validation: Ensured accuracy through rigorous testing and validation processes, achieving a final accuracy rate on Naive Bayes. Results: 1. Accuracy: The Naive Bayes model demonstrated a commendable accuracy rate, showcasing its effectiveness in categorizing emails. 2. Security Enhancement: The collaboration with security experts resulted in a more robust system, capable of identifying potential security threats. Impact: 1. Time Savings: Employees experienced significant time savings in managing emails, thanks to the streamlined categorization process. 2. Security Optimization: The organisation witnessed an improvement in email security, reducing the risk of falling victim to potential threats. Challenges: 1. Data Complexity: Managing HTML data with images and symbols required intricate preprocessing techniques. 2. Security Considerations: Collaborating with security experts introduced challenges in aligning security measures with email categorization goals. Conclusion: The implementation of advanced techniques, collaboration with security experts, and the utilization of machine learning models have collectively resulted in a highly efficient email categorization system. This project not only optimized workflows but also strengthened the organisation's email security measures, demonstrating the potential for continued enhancements in the future.
Email Categorization for Enhanced Security and Features

In the fast-paced world of digital communication, effective email management is crucial. This case study explores the implementation of an email categorization system to streamline workflows, remove redundancies, and bolster security measures.
What we did? With a growing influx of emails containing various elements like images, symbols, and potential security threats, the organization identified a need to enhance email categorization.
Company Field Service Management
Executive Summary:Client is providing the service to the different businesses to maintain their services online without any paperwork and with minimal preparation.
What we did? We have provided the client very easy and user-friendly solution by creating a web portal. From where they do not required to write the emails manually and remind the employee. The web portal we have created will do all the things.

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