IBM’s Greg Souchack: Watson AI, Analytics to Drive Army Condition-Based Maintenance Effort

Greg Souchack

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 29, 2017 — Greg Souchack, partner for managed services and cloud solutions at IBM‘s (NYSE: IBM) global business services unit, has said the U.S. Army can utilize the Watson artificial intelligence technology to establish an “analytical edge” for condition-based maintenance, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

“[Watson] can read and analyze pools of information to determine when or if something will malfunction or reach the end of its service life,” Souchack said in a Defense Systems report published Sept. 22.

The report noted that data analytics tools will work to help the Army Logistics Support Activity build a “repair when needed” strategy.

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