Plant piping degrades over time as a result of scratches, corrosion, sagging, and cracking. Human-based approaches to analyzing data collected from ultrasonic pipe-inspections are time consuming, costly, and prone to errors.
Alithya's AI-FI Ultrasonics solution automatically detects wear-induced flaws in piping with an accuracy of 100%. Adaptable, and easily scalable for any pipe inspection application, AI-FI Ultrasonics provides rapid detailed analysis that will reduce overall inspection cycle time and increase operational efficiency.
A large nuclear operator in Ontario required a solution that would reduce the highly intensive manual labour involved with the analysis and disposition of ultrasonic pipe inspection data. AI-FI Ultrasonics uses artificial intelligence alongside a deep learning model to identify and size fuel channel defects quickly and accurately.
AI-FI Ultrasonics enables the utility and plant owners to:
- Automate the subjective human analysis of pipe inspections
- Detect 100% of piping defects
- Focus analysis crews on critical defects
- Scale and adapt to new anomalies and other operating units or piping applications as it does not require programmed rules
Alithya has become a trusted software design service and digital transformation provider in the Canadian nuclear industry based on deep domain expertise, a stellar track record for project delivery, innovative solutions, and long-term partnerships with customers and suppliers.
Development of a customized solution can provide an industry advantage.
MONTREAL, Nov. 29, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Alithya Group inc. (TSX: ALYA) (NASDAQ: ALYA) ("Alithya"), a leader in strategy ...