The Premiere Screening of Moridaru
22nd May 2018
Moridaru is the first commercial software-driven product from Aemulus. To be specific, Moridaru is a platform that encompasses a software framework with Artificial Intelligence capability.
Moridaru integrates devices, data, processes, and people. It then predicts risks on the test production floor with its preset machine-learning algorithms. Moridaru enables engineers to interpret and decode massive amount of data they encounter daily on the production floor. Converging historical data and on-going data analysis, Moridaru recognises patterns that call for action, e.g. imminent production downtime, affected production yield, out-of-schedule maintenance, etc. These data-driven actions will eventually lead to smarter factories.
Aemulus launched Moridaru via a short film at 2018 SEMICON Southeast Asia with the presence of YBhg. Dato’ Azman Mahmud, CEO of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) and IR. Dr Karl Ng Kah Hou, Data Economy Director of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).
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Aemulus’ team kickstarts The Premiere Screening of Moridaru
Counting down to the launch
All eyes on the short film, from invited guests and audience on the floor during the launch
Aemulus Chief Architect of Software & Data Science reveals the architecture of MoriGateway
A token of appreciation is presented to YBhg. Dato’ Azman Mahmud, CEO of MIDA and IR. Dr Karl Ng Kah Hou, Data Economy Director of MDEC
YBhg. Dato’ Azman and IR. Dr Karl continue their discussion with Aemulus CEO & Director after the launch
Visitors understand Moridaru further with the shown dashboard
On the most left: In-house designed AI Processing Unit (TPU) on display
AI is a hot topic for debate among the industrialists
Attending to our customers, how Moridaru can be embedded in their existing testers on the production floor
Aemulus CEO explains how Moridaru works behind-the-scenes to a research and analyst while she watches the short film
On the last hour of the exhibition, visitors learn about one of machine-learning methods adopted by Moridaru