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AVEVA eases pressure on manufacturing operations

AVEVA’s hybrid MES solution provides ready-to-use cloud services, so companies can quickly start visualizing and analysing manufacturing execution. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, has expanded its industrial intelligence platform, CONNECT, to expand excellence and sustainability within manufacturing operations

After being recognised as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Process Manufacturing Execution Systems 2023 Vendor Assessment, the company has sought to enhance its offerings even further by expanding its platform with data and visualization services for hybrid Manufacturing Execution System (MES) solutions. This enables manufacturing companies to manage production data in the cloud, to improve supply chain agility with enterprise-wide visibility into distributed plant operations.

In doing so, AVEVA provides companies with the ability to optimise their operational performance and sustainability with new insights and guidance provided by advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and data visualisation. It enables enterprises to store, contextualise and enrich production execution data from all their plants in the cloud, unlocking new value across their value-chain and business ecosystem.

Rob McGreevy, chief product officer, AVEVA, remarked, “Production events data management in the cloud is the next step in our vision for the connected industries of the future. It allows companies to create a living digital twin for the entire manufacturing value chain. By leveraging new insights from more complex data relationships, companies are empowered to reduce waste, conserve energy, and improve overall efficiency and sustainability.”

The power of dataRob McGreevy, Chief Product Officer at AVEVA.

According to AVEVA, the ability to collect and securely store data from AVEVA MES and process data sources, such as AVEVA PI System and AVEVA’s Operations Control, in a single location in the cloud, makes it easier to aggregate, contextualise and securely share operational data, eliminate organisational data silos, and foster greater collaboration. This unlocks new value from the combined data sets for optimal centerlining of production equipment, soft sensors and predictions that improve quality, throughput and energy use, as well as anomaly detection that gives early insight into production losses before they occur.

“The constant pressure on costs, and increased volatility of demand and supply are putting unprecedented demands on manufacturing operations,” continued McGreevy. “To rise to today’s challenges and remain competitive, manufacturers need to leverage the power of data to pursue agile supply chain operations, enabled by real-time visibility into a continuously optimised network of manufacturing plants.

AVEVA’s hybrid MES solution provides ready-to-use cloud services, so companies can quickly start visualising and analysing manufacturing execution data in hours. Operational data stored in the cloud can seamlessly link to AI and ML services and third-party visualisation, and analytics tools. With faster and easier access to data in a collaborative environment, operational teams and data scientists can unlock more insights from critical data and find new ways to advance operational excellence and sustainability.

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