Materials Zone has developed a materials discovery platform that funnels R&D and production data into an interoperable and structured database, enabling users to efficiently collaborate, manage work processes, achieve meaningful AI/ML insights, and drive better decision-making.
The company’s solution is designed to help users accelerate their R&D by discovering new and better materials. The platform uses ML guidance and materials informatics to forecast outcomes and achieve faster and improved results.
The Materials Zone solution allows users to create models on the way to production; to scale up and test the limits of their models in order to design the most cost-efficient and robust production lines; and to reduce production failures by using models to predict future failures based on supplied materials informatics and production line parameters.
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