ADLINK Technology, a global leader in edge computing, and KUDA LLC, the Munich-based systems integrator, have today announced a partnership to enable German manufacturers to gain maximum business value from deploying IoT technology for their industry 4.0 strategy.
The companies have joined forces to deliver ADLINK’s Digital Experiment IoT solutions, which enable companies to rapidly connect, stream and analyse their operational data and make informed decisions - whatever equipment, systems and cloud platform they already use.
“Our partnership approach to IoT is of great value to mid-sized industrial manufacturers in Germany. Together ADLINK and KUDA combine a wealth of expertise in implementing IoT solutions and integrating with existing production environments to achieve Industry 4.0 objectives and increase operational efficiency for customers,” added Ralf Puehler, CEO of KUDA LLC.
“The ADLINK Digital Experiment enables customers to implement successful IoT solutions by thinking big, starting small and learning fast. The approach provides a faster, easier and cost-effective route to achieving measurable business value from IoT without a lengthy, costly and full-scale, services-heavy methodology,” said Richard Allan, SVP Sales, ADLINK Software and Solutions. “With our IoT solutions, manufacturers can quickly connect and use the data they need to optimise their operations. For example, by using advanced analytics, machine learning and AI at the edge, customers can benefit from predictive maintenance and reduce costly unplanned production shutdowns.”
ADLINK’s Digital Experiments include hardware, software and support elements and are all vendor agnostic, built on open standards and architected with modular components that allow for easy integration with any existing IT and OT system. Customers can also benefit from tapping into the combined expertise of ADLINK’s extensive ecosystem of technology partners including AWS, Microsoft, Google, Thingworx, FogHorn, IBM Watson, Intel, SAS and many others.
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