Evaluation of Neural Networks for Predictive Maintenance : A Volvo Penta Study
Abstract: As part of Volvo Penta's initiative to further the development of predictive maintenance in their field test environments, this thesis compares neural networks in an effort to predict the occurrence of three common diagnostics trouble codes using field test data. To quantify the neural networks' performances for comparison a number of evaluation metrics were used. By training a multitude of differently configured feedforward neural networks with the processed field test data and evaluating the resulting models, it was found that the resulting models perform better than that of a baseline classifier. As such it is possible to use Volvo Penta's field test data along with neural networks to achieve predictive maintenance. It was also found that Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) networks with methodically selected hyperparameters were able to predict the diagnostic trouble codes with the greatest performance among all the tested neural networks.
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