July 2, 2018 VIMANA selected by Autodesk as Analytics Platform to Enable Fusion Production Solution
VIMANA has been selected by Autodesk as the analytics platform that is the enabling technology for their newly announced Fusion Production Software. The partnership leverages the two companies’ respective strengths, VIMANA’s analytics and Autodesk’s engineering planning and design into one integrated solution for customers. Autodesk’s new Fusion Production software combines machine monitoring, production scheduling, and job tracking using cloud computing for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for Smart Manufacturing.
Factory production managers can harness the data gathered through production processes and make it visible in real-time across the extended supply chain. Designers can view downstream processes to improve design for manufacturability. Autodesk’s Fusion Production solution connects people, data, and machines providing manufacturing and operations teams real-time visibility and instant access to production data in a single tool to improve productivity and enable agile response to demand.
“We are excited to be working with Autodesk, combining technologies that yield a strategic, well differentiated IIoT solution for contract manufacturers. The future of manufacturing is dependent on leveraging strategic partners and is ecosystem driven. Autodesk’s new Fusion Production software does both, digitizing the workflow from design to manufacturing and providing data driven insight to improve operational performance and create competitive advantage for their customers”, stated Rick Moran, President and CEO of VIMANA.
“Collaborating with VIMANA will enable Autodesk to provide our customers leading-edge manufacturing analytics for real-time visibility and insights into production performance to gain operational excellence. Customers are looking for robust data analytics and a unified workflow from CAM through production to the finished product”, stated Swen Niebann, Business Line Manager – Production at Autodesk.
More information on Autodesk’s Fusion Production can be found here.
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