- Lumanda Manufacturing Insights delivers AI-powered Industrial Analytics Solutions to optimize production, machine and enhanced outcomes for manufacturing industry 4.0.
- The deal brings IoT to Hitachi Vantara’ s production floor enabling the company to achieve transformative outcomes using data-driven insights.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., Hitachi Vantara, has reportedly announced that it will bring in industrial IoT to the production floor with the help Lumada Manufacturing Insights- a pioneer in industrial IoT solutions which enable manufacturing industry in achieving transformative outcomes with the help of data-driven insights.
Hitachi Vantara’s Chief Product and Strategy Officer, Brad Surak, said that data and analytics are playing a vital role in transforming manufacturing operations. He claims that, with Lumada Manufacturing Insights, the companies can lay a foundation for digital innovation for existing systems and software they have.
This could also help companies in operationalizing immediate gains, quality and efficiency thereby transforming the future, suggests Surak.
Sources claim that using technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, DataOps, and machine learning, Lumada Manufacturing Insights optimizes production quality and machine to set digital innovation foundation which is vital in Manufacturing 4.0.
According to Bobby Soni, Chief Services and Solution Officer at Hitachi Vantara, the company’s in-depth technological expertise and distinctive approach in creating the digital journey will be beneficial for its customers.
He claims that with the help of the company’s advanced tools and proven methodologies, Hitachi Vantara is building tailored solutions for its customers to drive increased productivity, delivery speed thereby delivering exceptional business outcomes.
Reportedly, Lumada Manufacturing Insights uses data science to drive continuous improvement opportunities with the help of prescriptive and predictive analytics. The company solution offers actionable insights and eliminates the need for a rip-and-replace change of expensive manufacturing applications. It also supports numerous deployment options and can run on-premises or in the cloud.