Do you ever shudder in fear when a robotic device on an industrial floor starts to move objects around, and all you can do is hope that it won't fail? Well, fear no more! International Business Machines (IBM) has come up with a revolutionary solution to repair devices and limit failed attempts.
IBM's patent US11714702B1 is an amazing innovation that could be a game-changer for the industrial floor. With this patent, IBM aims to reduce the number of failed attempts by a device, and if it still fails, repair the device automatically.
The patent works by using a processor to analyze a specific area. The processor will make sure that the device does not fail too many times. If the device has failed more than the threshold number of attempts, the processor will activate one or more scanning devices. This will record the attempt and provide a repair for the failure.
This technology could be a lifesaver for industrial floors. Not only will it help to reduce failed attempts, but it can also help to keep things running smoothly. The main advantage of this technology is that it allows devices to be repaired without any human intervention. This could be a great time-saver and help to improve efficiency.
It's important to note that at this point, it is only a patent. IBM has not released any information about when or if this technology will be available, so it's impossible to say how it will actually be used. But the potential for this technology is huge.
Imagine a world where industrial floors are all automated and running smoothly. It could revolutionize the way businesses are run and could lead to massive cost savings. With IBM's patent, this dream could become a reality.
The patent is a great example of how technology can be used to make processes more efficient and reduce costs. While it remains to be seen if this technology will be available in the market, it surely opens up new possibilities for industrial floors. It could be a great step forward for businesses and could help them to save money and time.
So, while we wait for IBM to make the patent available, let us hope that this technology comes to life soon and revolutionizes the way industrial floors are run.