Towards the Primary Platform for
Language Technologies in Europe

Streaming Language Processing in Manufacturing

Short Name: SLAPMAN
Name: Streaming Language Processing in Manufacturing
Coordinator: Dominik Riemer, FZI Research Center for Information Technology
Project Runtime: 1 August 2020 – 31 July 2021
Funded by: European Language Grid
Often underestimated, (semi-) structured textual data sources are an important cornerstone in the manufacturing sector for product and process quality tracking. SLAPMAN develops novel methods for industrial text analytics in form of scalable, reusable and potentially stateful microservices, which can be easily orchestrated by domain experts in order to define quality anomaly patterns, e.g., by analysing machine states and error logs. The results will be fully available as open source and integrated into the IIoT toolbox Apache StreamPipes, which was originally created by FZI and is now an incubating project in the Apache Software Foundation. A custom-tailored version of StreamPipes, including the aforementioned modules, will be contributed as a cloudnative application to the ELG.