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Wise Practitioner – Manufacturing Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Dr. Matteo Bellucci at General Electric

 In anticipation of his upcoming Predictive Analytics World for Manufacturing conference keynote presentation, Changing the Way we Make Things: The Brilliant Factory, we interviewed Dr. Matteo Bellucci, Manager, Process System Lab at General Electric. View the Q-and-A below for a glimpse of what’s in store at the PAW Manufacturing conference. Q: What are the challenges in translating the lessons of predictive analytics from other verticals into manufacturing? A: In a manufacturing environment such as the ones at GE, were we make low volume high value products, Return of Investment (ROI), R&D funding allocation and cultural resistance are probably the highest barrier for translating the

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