AI-Powered Test Plan Optimisation: Predicting Next Tests in Engineering
Validating complex, non-linear systems can be difficult. It's not possible to test every possible scenario on a test bench or simulation. Over-testing only confirms what is already known, while under-testing can risk failing certification or missing issues.
Active learning uses machine learning to help engineers create testing plans more efficiently in automotive and aerospace product development.
Monolith has created a new feature, the Next Test Recommender (NTR), which enables users to train and assess machine learning models. It offers valuable recommendations for optimal test conditions to apply in the next round of testing. NTR assesses previously gathered data to suggest the most effective new tests to conduct.
Join Dr. Joel Henry, Dr. Gareth Jones, and Jousef Murad for a discussion on how Monolith AI software enhances test engineers' capabilities to iteratively optimise their test campaigns by maximising the value derived from the time allocated to a test campaign or by reducing the time taken to achieve a certain quality of testing.
This knowledge and human-in-the-loop design empower engineers to make informed decisions, optimise their test plans, and keep responsibility for continuously improving the final product's safety, quality, and reliability.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- Optimising test campaigns for efficient resource allocation and improving the quality of testing.
- Leveraging machine learning models to make data-driven decisions.
- The benefits of using Monolith AI software.
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Who Should Watch?
- Learn about the different engineering test plan strategies, their benefits, and their limitations (random vs. uncertainty vs. robust Active Learning, etc.)
- Predict a new test's outcome ahead of time
- Leverage your test data to train and evaluate AI models to make efficient use of testing times in expensive test facilities
- Understand the impact of test conditions and understand which test conditions are most important to vary from one test to the next
- Use interactive prediction features to identify the next tests to run
- Test engineers who want to predict the outcome of a new test, to know whether it’s worth conducting it.
- Engineers involved in product validation and certification.
- Engineers and R&D leaders who want to understand the potential benefits of implementing AI.
- Engineers from the automotive and aerospace industry, as well as industrial markets.
- Business leaders who want to learn about the latest trends in AI in automotive, aerospace, and industrial markets.