AI tool seeks to improve data quality from smart cities

Artificial intelligence (AI) specialist Ayyeka is launching a tool that claims to improve the quality and reliability of data from smart cities.

AI Data Curator is designed to detect, report, and automatically fix Internet of Things (IoT) sensor data for better decision-making and adherence to regulatory compliance.

Ayyeka said that the number of moving parts that typically exists in IoT projects – ranging from sensors through edge devices to cloud platforms – makes it easy for things to go wrong. In large-scale IoT projects, it is not uncommon to have data quality and reliability issues that render the data useless.

Whether these are gaps in the data, unstable readings, or the sensor is just stuck at a certain value, the user usually has two options said Ayyeka: either clean the data or give up on it. Detecting, fixing, and overcoming those issues is a labour-intensive process. On large-scale IoT deployments, this is just not feasible and often delays or even fails the entire project.

Ayyeka has automated this process by harnessing the power of AI, delivering more reliable data, and saving time and manual labour. Ayyeka’s AI Data Curator claims to identify detect, report, and automatically fix the sensor data at the click of a button.

“Data quality is often overlooked in the proof-of-concept (PoC) phase of IoT deployments, but it becomes a huge problem when scaling up from the PoC phase to full-size deployments. The AI Data Curator alleviates this pain point,” said Yair Poleg, co-founder and chief technology officer of Ayyeka.

Ayyeka provides end-to-end solutions with the hardware, software, and artificial intelligence needed to create resilience in critical infrastructure. Its products include Ayyeka’s Wavelet, a ruggedised, battery-powered, wireless Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) edge device, and the Field Assets Intelligence (FAI) software platform that generates, manages and and monetises data from field assets.

In January, Ayyeka was selected as the winner of the IoT Start-up of the Year award in the 6th annual IoT Breakthrough Awards programme, conducted by market intelligence organisation, IoT Breakthrough.



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