Altizon announced the launch of an Industry 4.0 experience centre at their Pune office. The centre, powered by Datonis- the Industrial IoT Platform by Altizon, aims to share best practices and know-how about Industry 4.0 with industry and academia. The centre will be leveraged as a platform for fostering innovation for CXOs, Technology experts & Students.
Altizon today launched íProd, an IoT-based product to empower manufacturers to optimize Productivity & OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) for adapting Industry 4.0. It aims to provide accurate insights into the productivity and quality of shop floor at workcenter, cell and plant level. The realtime nature of iProd provides alerts on critical metrics like Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE), Capacity Utilization(CU), and Downtime at various aggregation levels along with very easy to use reporting and visualizations. iProd aims to provide highest business value to management in manufacturing industry by with actionable insights that allow the senior management to take data driven decisions to improve throughput & efficiency.
Altizon announced a collaboration with Varroc group, a global leader for automotive components for implementing their Industry 4.0 initiatives with IoT across all their plants. This initiative is a part of the digital transformation in Varroc around smart manufacturing. Using Altizon's Industrial Internet of Things platform offering Datonis® Varroc plans to rapidly scale deployments across plants and cater to their current and future needs.
Altizon announced closing of a $4 million round of series A funding led by Wipro Ventures and supported by Lumis Partners and current investors, The Hive and Infuse Ventures. A leading partner for Internet of Things initiatives of over 100 enterprises, Altizon plans to utilize the funds for scaling up its sales and marketing functions both in India and globally
Enterprises rely on Datonis®, the IoT platform by Altizon for mission-critical applications around condition-based monitoring, predictive maintenance and machine learning.