Duncan Lee is a Principal Engineer in Intel Manufacturing IT with 25 years of IT experience. He currently focuses on manufacturing efficiency and quality through the usage industry 4.0 principles, integrating various AI/ Analytics/ IT / automation solution stack to improve the efficiency and productivity of Intel’s Assembly and Test manufacturing. Recent successful projects include driving factory machine uptime through early defect signals detection and analysis to facilitate predictive preventive maintenance. The data collection is done via the machine controls and IoT devices. In addition, Duncan is also working in projects involving the usage of vision analysis and AI to identify potential problems or defects in units. Duncan’s other accomplishments include converging chipset / cpu automation systems and surgically separating multi layered infrastructure and database of manufacturing execution systems and decision support systems in a life factory without impacting manufacturing, to facilitate individual factory operation autonomy. Duncan is also the committee member of Intel’s Systems and Artificial Intelligence Patent approval Committee.
Duncan Lee received his Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Wichita State University in Kansas. Duncan joined Intel since 1994.