1st place for earliest convincing detection at HUMS2023 data competition

Prijs: Prize (including medals and awards)


The Australian Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) prepared a Data Challenge for
the International Conference on Health and Usage Monitoring. The challenge involved the detection and tracking of a defect in a helicopter planetary gearbox. Vibration data coming from a planet gear fatigue crack propagation test was shared in August 2022. Deadline for submission of findings was in October 2022. Participation was completely open and could happen in teams. I decided to participate by myself. In total, 14 teams participated of which 11 decided to present their results publicly. These 11 teams included the following institutions and companies: VUB, KU Leuven, IOT consultants, Deakin University, Lockheed Martin, Dedicated System Ltd., Cranfield university, National Research Council Canada, Foresight GPMS, Mathworks, Accenture/Avenade.
DSTG conferred two awards: one for the team that makes the earliest convincing detection of the planet
gear crack, and one for the team that most accurately tracks the crack progression. I won first prize in both categories.
Mate van erkenningInternational
Toekennende organisatieDefense Science and Technology Group (DSTG)

Toegekend op evenement

EvenementstitelInternational Conference on Health and Usage Monitoring
LocatieMelbourne, Australia
Periode27 feb 2023 → 28 feb 2023