December 16th (Thu) 14:00 - 14:30 (JST)
Department of Information Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Matsue College Associate Professor
After graduated from the Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University in 1999, and completed the Ph. D. course at the same university in 2007. After worked as a special-appointment faculty member or postdoctoral researcher at Kyushu University, the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Hokkaido University, and JAXA, he appointed his current position in 2016. Now, he is interested in Earth and planetary information science and IoT technology.
Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd.
After graduated from Department of Information Engineering at Matsue College of Technology in March 2021, joined Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. in April 2021.
She developed a visual programming tool "SmrAI", that was developed based on Smalruby for functional test of manufacturing industry, while in the College.
Now, she assists OSS Enterprise products as an engineer.
SmrAI: a visual programming tool for functional test ～ A new usage of Smalruby to increase programming human resources in manufacturing industry～
In the field of quality control in manufacturing industry, many companies are promoting automation of functional tests by using programs that are developed in their own company. However, many companies have the problem of training in-house programmers. SmrAI, a visual programming tool that was developed based on Smalruby for functional test by Matsue College of Technology with local Ruby communities, showed the possibility of increasing the number of programming personnel from inexperienced programmers in the company. In this presentation, we introduce the specification of SmrAI, the result of SmrAI demonstration experiment at manufacturing facility in Shimane, and cooperation between Matsue College of Technology and local Ruby communities.