Sight Machine announced its next generation of self-serve capabilities, enabling customers, integrators and partners to take production data from factory floors and generate browser-based visibility into enterprise operations within minutes.
Manufacturing plants vary widely in their digital readiness and project objectives, according to the company. While some are already systematically collecting data and want to develop advanced analytics, many are looking to get more basic, real-time visibility into factory performance and machine data. Sight Machine’s platform now offers two tiers, Enterprise Manufacturing Visibility (EMV) and Enterprise Manufacturing Analytics (EMA), to provide manufacturers with the means to achieve ROI regardless of their digital objectives.
Enterprise Manufacturing Visibility (EMV)
Enterprise Manufacturing Visibility (EMV) was developed from visibility tools and software automation used by Sight Machine to deliver its AI-enabled analytics to clients. The new offering aims to empower manufacturers to rapidly collect and visualize manufacturing data. With EMV’s self-service functionality, IT teams and systems integrators are equipped to deploy and scale real-time visibility into factory and machine throughput within minutes, allowing companies to quickly gain visibility across all plants.
“As industry adopts digital technology and starts identifying early successes, there is a hunger for fast, accurate visualization across enterprise operations; companies want to scale quickly and extend opportunities for analyzing data,” said Sight Machine Co-Founder and CEO Jon Sobel. “To respond to this need, we took tools and products developed over six years of working with manufacturers and developed self-serve capabilities for immediate and cohesive visualization of raw factory data.”
Enterprise Manufacturing Analytics (EMA)
Sight Machine’s existing offering, Enterprise Manufacturing Analytics (EMA), uses AI and other advanced technologies to enable companies to unlock the next level of digital transformation, by delivering advanced analytics for improved productivity, quality and supply chain optimization, according to the company. With EMA, manufacturers can apply out-of-the box analytics and develop custom applications to holistically target plant-specific business objectives, enabling enterprise-wide transformation.