Microsoft's Vision Demonstrator for Connected Operations
Enable manufacturers to empower their workforce with devices and productivity solutions for user or process-defined collaboration specific to their business and operational needs – extending from cross-functions within the organisation to value-chain and cross-industrial sectors and regions.
Anticipate maintenance needs and avoid unscheduled downtime. The predictive maintenance solution from Microsoft predicts equipment failures before they happen, and systematically prevents them using advanced analytics techniques like machine learning.
Connect and monitor your devices to analyse untapped data and improve business outcomes by automating processes. The Microsoft remote monitoring solution continuously monitors your equipment or your product deployed in the field to understand how it is used, how it performs and how it is wearing out, aiming at reducing operational cost and achieving excellence.
Deploy consistent processes across all channels; unite data to provide a single, 360-degree view of the customer and provide insight across all data to facilitate better decision making.
Increase the frequency and speed of engineering simulations, analyses and visualisation to optimise product designs for performance, safety and manufacturing using hyper-scalability in the cloud. High performance computing clusters can be quickly and efficiently provisioned in the cloud to cost-effectively replace or increase capacity as either the primary resource or as an on-demand, burst capability.
Empower your employees to engage with your customers 1:1 so you can transform your products, optimise your operations and find new sources of revenue.
Enable design engineers to use desktop professional applications such as computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) applications when mobile, and ensure content is always synchronised. Applications designed for Windows 10 and certified for Surface Pro 4, Surface Book and Surface Hub give you maximum productivity by facilitating the use of pen, touch and device connectivity with peripherals such as 3D printers.
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