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AVEVA launches AI-powered Insight OMI smart app for manufacturing and industrial operations




AVEVA has launched its Insight OMI smart app, which uses artificial intelligence to improve manufacturing and industrial operations in real-time.

Rashesh Mody, vice president of AVEVA's monitoring and control business (37958492)
Rashesh Mody, vice president of AVEVA's monitoring and control business (37958492)

The High Cross-based engineering and industrial software giant says it is the first app in the industry to infuse real-time AI into an operator’s decision-making as well as improve overall operational agility.

The app helps industrial businesses accelerate the implementation of AI in the control room or on the plant floor by presenting real-time anomaly detection in a context-aware OMI visualisation display.

AVEVA says it will benefit operators, engineers and operations managers from industries including water and wastewater, energy, food and beverage among others.

Rashesh Mody, vice president, monitoring and control, said: “IIoT applications have driven a massive increase in the collection of real-time operations and manufacturing data. As a result, operators face alarm overload and often cannot effectively react to or distinguish between process-critical situations and false positive alarm conditions, resulting in the loss of operational time and resources. By harnessing the power of AI and advanced cloud analytics, AVEVA is enabling operators to take proactive action, before process and maintenance problems occur.

“In today’s climate of increased demand for innovative technology solutions, the launch of our new AVEVA Insight OMI app is a significant development because it serves as a single interface into operations by bridging the information technology and operational technology divide for increased agility and situational awareness.

“We are very excited to introduce a solution that will help our customers manage critical operations and improve decision support for maximum profitability in these fast-changing times.”

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