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Manufacturing Analytics with Weather

Use The Weather Company data to help you understand how a manufacturer can quickly identify the reasons why there are high amounts of scrap rate to save money and deliver quality product. This demonstration shows how weather was the key driver leading to reducing scrap rate using statistical analysis and dashboards using Cloud Pak For Data (CP4D).

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Key Challenges

What is an accelerator?
Industry Accelerators are a packaged set of technical assets used to help you tackle your next data science project by addressing your most pressing business challenges. With sample data, notebooks, scripts, a sample application and more, you can kickstart your own implementation and leverage the power of Cloud Pak for Data.

  • It is difficult to determine the reasons why large amounts of scrap rate exist
  • Factors such as weather data need to be considered during the statistical analysis

Expected Business Outcome


Understanding the reason behind high scrap rate generation

Resource Optimization and Profit growth

Weather and its influence

Help organizations to understand the times of the year where higher scrap rate exists and what is the reason for it to be generated

Recommend a new schedule to build the products with more profit and reduced waste such that production period or resources could be re-allocated to get optimal results

Understand the role weather has to play in manufacturing industries

Key Features

Information architecture

End-to-end AI Ladder application

Modular framework


An architecture enabling you to extract meaning from your data

From cataloging data through a glossary of terms to model development and deployment, simplify the lifecycle of your AI project

Composable and extensible pattern that can be applied to new data and industries

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Highlighted Products for this Accelerator

IBM Cloud Pak for Data

Built on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, IBM Cloud Pak for Data accelerates your journey to AI to transform how your business operates with an open, extensible data and AI platform that runs on any cloud.

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Watson Knowledge Catalog

Help your data users quickly find, curate, categorize and share data, analytical models and their relationships with other members of your organization.

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Watson Studio

Empower your data science and AI teams to refine data and visually build and deploy models, using data on the desktop for anytime, anywhere access.

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Watson Machine Learning

Deploy, monitor, and optimize models quickly, easily, and at scale.

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IBM Knowledge Accelerators

IBM Knowledge Accelerators offer pre-created, extensive, curated glossaries to improve data classification, regulatory compliance, self-service analytics and other governance operations.

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SPSS Modeler

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Additional details

  • Accelerator typeCloud Pak for Data industry
  • IndustryRetail
  • Business functionAny
  • Product and version Cloud Pak for Data,Watson Knowledge Catalog,Cognos Analytics - Current
  • Author typeIBM
  • Company nameIBM
  • Author name IBM
  • Last modifiedSeptember 28th, 2020
  • Language English