Analyze sedimentation tanks for cleanliness

Analyze sedimentation tanks for cleanliness

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Deep learning model to detect dirty and clean sedimentation/setting tanks at water treatment facilities. 


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Sedimentation tanks or settling tanks are used at water treatment facilities to store and process water before they are distributed out to the channels. Facilities often struggle to ensure their cleanliness such that the operation to purify the water is optimized.  

IBM Maximo Visual Inspection, a deep learning training and an  inference platform helps enterprises to train and deploy computer vision models faster than before. The bundled assets represents a classification and object detection models trained to detect clean and dirty tanks. 

Download the models and deploy it into active instance of Maximo Visual Inspection for inference. This model should be considered as an example of a model trained and deployed within Maximo Visual Inspection.

Once deployed, enterprises can download our sample application (aka code pattern) to analyze live video streams using Maximo Visual Inspection. The sample web application enables users to connect with IP cameras, analyze videos and generate configurable alerts. This sample application can be further customized to suit business requirements. 

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