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Harness the Power of Digital Twins for your Manufacturing Operations

With the adoption of IoT, manufacturers have the opportunity to redefine their operations and even their entire ecosystem through innovative technology. By having this new level of interconnected and intelligent system, manufacturers can improve the operations of facilities and assets, reduce costs, energy and waste while advancing sustainability goals.

Around 34% of the manufacturers believe that it is vital that manufacturers adopt IoT in operations. Moreover, IoT has become part of an ecosystem for manufacturers, where software, cloud computing, and analytics tools are blended to turn raw data from various sources into meaningful predictions and further present them in user-friendly interfaces. (Mordor Intelligence, 2021)

The capabilities of IoT enable manufacturers to gain greater visibility and insights into their operations through the efficient utilization of data and the tighter integration of disparate systems. One major contributor to operational inefficiency is the lack of ability to get clean and consistent data. Having large volumes of data from many devices and systems is often difficult to integrate.

e-Magic TwinWorX® integrates facility telemetry data into a 3D Digital Twin that enables manufacturers to monitor, visualize, control, and optimize assets. It helps increase operational visibility and efficiencies by providing actionable insights and decision-making intelligence about the full range of manufacturing activities that yield a deeper understanding that can be applied to simulations and predictions.

TwinWorX® also allows for the improvement of situational awareness with real-time access to data, alerts, and alarms – along with trends, KPIs, and analytics. Additionally, users can monitor facilities and operational data from many sources – all unified on a dashboard with the ability to drill down as needed.

TwinWorX®  has the ability to radically transform the manufacturing sector. As the industry dynamics push manufacturers to reconsider operations, smart manufacturing becomes essential. With the adoption of IoT, more and more data will be created and manufacturers will need to have the ability to analyze this vast data across disparate systems in order to enable tangible operational improvements.


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