IIoT platform: Five more machine builders join the group

The software platform Adamos for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is used by more and more machine builders. Most recently, five more companies joined the Adamos network. These include the machine builders Oerlikon Textile, Weber Maschinenbau, Illig Maschinenbau and Mahr. Adamos is a manufacturer-neutral IIoT platform specially designed for machine builders and their customers. It enables users of machines and production plants to digitize their production flexibly and easily. Machines can be networked via the platform so that they can exchange information via the Internet. With the help of the generated data, users can use digital services and thus increase the efficiency of their production. Examples include apps for predictive maintenance or optimizing machine utilization. The software platform was founded in 2017 by the machine builders DMG Mori, Dürr, Zeiss and ASM PT together with Software AG. Currently, twelve companies belong to the Adamos Group. They work closely together on the development of apps and digital business models.

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