JuliaCon India 2015

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Analyzing Stress on Aircraft Wings with Julia in real time

Submitted by Nishanth Kottary (@nishanthk) (proposing) on Saturday, 12 September 2015

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Technical level

Beginner

Section

Crisp talk

Status

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Objective

Demonstrates how Julias low level features can be used to interface with sensors, gather realtime data and visualize/analyze it.

Description

Aircraft wings, especially those of fighter jets are prone to failure due to the strain on them. Parts of the aircraft have sensors mounted to detect strain. The data gathered from these sensors are analyzed in realtime to anticipate or prevent damage.
In this session we will talk about how Julia can be used to both interface with the sensors to gather data as well as to visualize and analyze the data.

Speaker bio

Abhijith C., Data Scientist, Works at Julia Computing Inc.

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    jayant pahuja (@jayant746) 3 years ago

    Speaker bio ?

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