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Unsupervised anomaly detection using an ensemble of one-class random forest classifiers

Introduction Unsupervised anomaly detection with unlabeled data – is it possible to detect outliers when all we have is a set of uncommented, context-free signals? The short answer is, yes – this is the essence of how one deals with network intrusion, fraud, and other types of low-instance anomaly. In

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Smart IO-Link Sensors for Smart Factories

Digitizing the production world in the age of Industry 4.0 increases the need for information between the various levels of the automation pyramid from the sensor/actuator level up to the enterprise management level.

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Tool-ID meets Track & Trace

In this contribution you can read about what technical prerequisites have to be met for RFID to play such an important role in tool identifi cation and workpiece tracking, and what RFID means for modern production. Tool Identification and Workpiece Tracking RFID – A key technology in modern production Tool-ID

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