Aerospace & Defense
Innovation and collaborative, synchronized program management for new programs
Leverage the Internet of Things to collect information from machinery in the field, mine and construction site, the "physical twin". Combine this with engineering insight contained in the Digital Innovation Platform, the "digital twin", to gain insights necessary for achieving a competitive advantage.
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Automate insight from heavy equipment field performance data and device status to create actionable intelligence. Integrate your data to close the loops between design, manufacturing, supply chain, and actual product performance.
Monitor your heavy equipment machinery worldwide at production sites (large or small) and enhance its availability, thereby increasing equipment utilization and improving performance, reducing costs and improving service.
Connect your heavy equipment and all other worksite equipment and devices to your IoT operating system, regardless of the manufacturer, for comprehensive analysis.
Leverage the Internet of Things for closed-loop innovation of heavy equipment performance and your manufacturing, assembly, commissioning and validation process by using digital twins for products, production, and performance.
Measure, analyze and report performance metrics for driving processes and product improvements across the machine lifecycle to enable informed decisions ranging from operator performance to utilization, and proactive end-of-service life decisions.
Close the product predictive to real-life performance loop by aligning field IoT lifecycle insights with engineering insight in your Digital Innovation Platform. Rationalize design performance use cases and improve simulation approaches.
Construction, agricultural and mining equipment are becoming more complex, due in part to ever-increasing customer requirements, and ultimately to a drive to reduce total cost of ownership. This is creating the need for smarter, more connected machinery that achieves a competitive advantage through greater availability and higher performance.
With supply chains growing longer and more global, supplier visibility decreases, increasing the risk of non-compliant parts reaching customers and ultimately increasing warranty and service costs. Fragmented equipment information also prevents your customers from influencing design, product innovation, and performance enhancements.
From the design and development of machinery, through manufacturing, delivery and end-customer use, advanced analytics are required every step of the way to make informed decisions. Complexity also increases with the massive amount of data that must be collected, processed and analyzed. The Internet of Things (IoT) plays an increasingly critical role with your data about connected products, plants, systems and machines.
We leverage IoT to collect information from machinery in the field, mine and construction site, the physical twin. Then we combine this with engineering insight contained in the PLM system, the digital twin, to provide equipment manufacturers the insight they need to achieve competitive advantage.