Kuntal Majumder
Case Study

Kuntal Majumder

Head, Data Center of Excellence – Engineering IT
Kuntal Majumder is a competent Information Technology professional, carries 17 years of experience in the field of Big Data, DevOps and Cloud. He has incubated products, solutions and competency centers which has enabled the Organization to excel data & cloud driven digitization. He is a certified Data professional and is currently leading the Big Data Center of Excellence that consists of 40+ highly qualified Data professionals delivering solutions and products in the domain of vehicle Product Data Mgmt., eMission, Certification, Finite Simulation, Noise, Warranty, Artificial General Intelligence. He has professional work experience in the companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and is currently working in Mercedes-Benz R&D as head of Data Center of Excellence – Engineering IT.
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Tuesday, 20 September, 2022 / 03:30 PM - 04:00 PM IST
Case Study: Creating a Digital Twin for Field Tests by Augmenting Power of Machine Learning

The high cost and turnaround times for testing components by means of field tests, led to the development of an in-house product using technologies such as MLOps, which ingests several years of field test data via automated data engineering pipeline hosted on cloud. The processed data then used for training of various machine learning and deep learning algorithms. The most accurate algorithm post appropriate hyper-parameter tuning is then provided to domain engineers via self-service Web Application to generate digital twin of crash test results.Attedees at this session will learn following key takeaways,
• How to enable traditional physics based domain engineers with the power of digitalization – Data and Cloud.
• How to apply Data Engineering techniques on cloud to ensure uninterrupted data flow for domain Data scientist.
• How to reduce development cycle cost for any manufacturing based organization my creating ML based digital twin.

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