VivaTech2019: Atos and dizmo Showcase Smart Data Approach to Predictive Maintenance in Smart Building and Smart Factory Environments
Zurich – dizmo, the Interface of Things, and Atos will be showcasing the latest approach to Predictive Maintenance based on Siemens MindSphere at the VivaTech show, which runs from May 16th to 18th, in Paris.
“Atos is a global leader in Digital Transformation and wants to be at the very forefront of next wave of Smart Data Management solutions” said Steve Peguet, Director of Innovation at Atos France. “Dizmo’s unique crossing of iPaaS-style data integration, consumer-grade usability and dynamic workflowing, is enabling us here to apply very innovative techniques of smart data thinking to the maintenance arena.”
A recent Siemens-sponsored study found that 93% of companies describe their maintenance processes are not very efficient, leading to preventable inefficiencies such as unplanned downtime, sudden failures, energy-intensivity and degraded performance.
The live demo environment will show typical precursors for poor performance, such as sudden spikes of sensor values within a normal operating range, initiate a cross-system, optimized predictive maintenance workflow.
“We’re very excited to see our collaboration with Atos going to the next level, after we proudly won the first Digital Industry Award of Atos and Siemens, in partnership with CEA, at the end of last year,” said Luigi Mantellassi, CEO & Co-Founder at dizmo, “Industrial IoT is one of the areas which will experience a tremendous growth in the next couple of years and where customers are facing challenges we can together resolve. To partner with a recognized market leader and driver of innovation such as Atos allows us to jump start our deployment to a large set of customers and use cases, while providing Atos with our unique technology, enabling further differentiation. It is a terrific win-win situation”.
You can see the solution at the Atos booth in Hall 1, D39-004.
This press release was first published on Business Wire on May 15, 2019 at 8:36pm CET