Rigene_Lab_open

Open source research and development initiatives of the Rigene Project in the following fields:

Field 1: Blockchains; Field 2: Artificial Intelligence; Field 3: Internet of Things; Field 4: Robotics; Field 5: Cloud Computing; Field 6: Quantum Computing, Quantum Internet, Quantum Computer; Field 7: 5G, 6G; Field 8: Internet; Camp 9: Nanotechnology; Field 10: Biotechnology; Field 11: DNA Data Storage, DNA Data Computing, DNA Data Internet; Camp 12: Virtual Reality; Camp 13: Gene Editing; Camp 14: Cognitive Enhancement; Field 15: Digital DNA for control and orientation of Artificial Intelligences; Camp 16: Nuclear Fusion; Camp 17: 3D Printing, 4D Printing.

For the development of the initiatives, the problem solving method called "3-666 method" is applied, integrated with the DMAIC method: the problem/objective (P/O) is divided into 3 macro areas (MA) and each macro area is divided into 6 sub-areas (SA) and each sub-area is developed in solution phases (SF) of the problem/objective.

The 3-666 method is an excellent way to divide a problem so that it can be more manageable. Divided the problem into macroareas and subareas allows us to focus on a single aspect at a time and develop a plan of action to address it. This method also helps us identify and isolate the causes of a problem, so we can address them more effectively.

[Initiative 1] P/O: "Industrial automation system based on blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual reality"

[Combination of Field 1 (Blockchain), Field 2 (Artificial Intelligence), Field 3 (Internet of Things), Field 4 (Robotics), Field 5 (Cloud Computing), Field 8 (Internet), the Camp 12 (Virtual Reality)]

Description: A system capable of automating the production process of an industry using technologies such as the blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Blockchain is used to manage and track production-related data, artificial intelligence to make decisions and plan the production process, while virtual reality is used to train and assist workers. The system is based on the Internet of Things and uses cloud computing for its operation.