Predictive analytics for level of fill data from IoT device

Predictive analytics for level of fill data from IoT device

alfred ongere

alfred ongere

Nairobi, Nairobi County

Design an IoT device for collective level of fill data, and then use machine learning for predictions from collected data

Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence


The goal is to design an MLMD(Mountable Level Monitoring Device) that can be used to monitor the level of fill of solids and liquids in regularly shaped containers. This data will then be passed through a machine learning algorithm for predictions based on data collected.



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Ravi K

Hi, I am very eager to learn AI technologies, I am master student at Governors State University,Chicago.

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