Boon Buzz

What a Mechanical Engineer without data science experience is saying about AVIS automated visual inspection solution:

“Boon Nano is straightforward to implement into existing pipelines. I’ve integrated the Boon technology into high-frequency manufacturing equipment and trained an adequate ML model to detect real-time product defects in just a few hours.”

What a Systems Engineer with a major IoT platform is saying about AMBER predictive maintenance solution:

“During a POC with a printing company’s $1M printer, Boon Nano predicted a paper jam two hours in advance of the event and a paper rip 30 minutes in advance.”

During a POC for a petro chemical company on a pump, I predicted vibration anomalies 1 day in advance. No other tool I work with can do this.”

What Data Scientists are saying about Boon Nano:

“Prior to using Boon Nano, productivity levels were often determined by the speed of the technology I was using, which caused projects to require 2-6 months to complete. Since experiencing the speed of Boon technology, projects now take hours to days to complete.” 

“During my time as a data scientist at MIT, I worked on state-of-the-art neural network models that required thousands of dollars of computing over days or weeks to train. We didn’t have anything like Boon Nano, which trains on internet-scale datasets in hours or even minutes on an ordinary laptop. I would now avoid approaching difficult anomaly detection problems with anything besides Boon Nano.” 

“Over the past decade, billions of research dollars have been poured into supervised, neural-network based methods. These methods have become computationally exorbitant with diminishing returns, and have under-delivered on the promise of ushering in a golden age of AI in industry. Researchers in academia have already recognized that the future lies in unsupervised techniques, and Boon Logic is at the tip of the spear in applying such methods in industry.” 

“I’ve been using unsupervised ML for my entire career for both segmentation and anomaly detection, especially K-means, SOMs, and regression techniques. Now that I have seen the accuracy and incredible speed of the Boon Nano, I don’t see a reason I would go back to those other techniques.”