(Source: Financial Post, June 4, 2019)
OTTAWA — A typical railcar inspection takes about two minutes for a Canadian National Railway mechanic walking on uneven ground around the tracks, shining a flashlight on a car’s undercarriage to spot defects in need of repair. But that task could be sped up drastically with the introduction of an automated inspection portal, a machine that relies on artificial intelligence that can evaluate 120 cars in the same time it takes a worker to check a single car.
Full story: Financial Post
Wednesday, June 5, 2019