The platform captures, stores, analyzes, and synchronizes data, and is said to deliver machine intelligence and autonomous control of advanced manufacturing environments in milliseconds.

December 14, 2021

PLEASANTON, Calif.— Today, many manufacturers are asking “What’s next? How can we  meet our never-ending productivity goals and launch our facilities into the next industrial revolution—Industry 5.0—where humans and machines interact seamlessly to optimize their operations?”

A new software platform from Adapdix Corporation is said to enable autonomous manufacturing by combining autonomous control with distributed DataMesh technology. The Adapdix EdgeOps™ platform provides high performance, substantial operational efficiencies, and cost savings for manufacturing businesses, Adapdix said in a release.

“What’s different about EdgeOps is that we are pioneering autonomous systems that make the enterprise adaptive, by enabling real-time equipment self-correction and optimization,” said Anthony Hill, founder and CEO of Adapdix, in a statement. “With DataMesh technology at the core of our platform, we help companies uncover, understand, and recognize value from the data that they already generate.”

EdgeOps offers a modern, containerized architecture that captures, stores, analyzes, and synchronizes data, delivering machine intelligence and autonomous control of advanced manufacturing environments in milliseconds, the company said.

“The customers that we focus on—precision manufacturing and other industrial sectors—are  generating large amounts of data at the edge,” Hill continued. “Manufacturing applications are particularly challenging because they require distributed data management and analysis that delivers insights in milliseconds. Additionally, EdgeOps provides our customers the ability to scale autonomous applications from the equipment to the enterprise level, delivering value never before realized. Ultimately, this approach helps customers execute their hybrid cloud strategy.”

Today, edge-to-cloud integration, remote connectivity, and autonomous manufacturing are more than conceptual. These technological innovations are already upon us, and recent disruptions like the global chip shortage, supply chain delays, labor challenges, and COVID-19 have accelerated many of those dimensions, according to Adapdix.

“Recent disruptions have also served as a catalyst for innovation, growth, and business transformations,” said Ritu Jyoti, group vice president, worldwide AI and automation research at IDC, in the release. “Combined with the ever-growing volume and complexity of data generated at the edge, operational leaders are searching for hybrid cloud solutions that can deliver real-time operational value while intelligently managing data across both edge and cloud endpoints.

“By integrating the technology of recently acquired Edge Intelligence into the EdgeOps platform, Adapdix now provides hybrid cloud software built to execute AI/ML at the edge, combined with a next-generation distributed data management system—enabling customers to maintain data where it’s generated, but query and analyze that data globally.”

Adapdix software is used by customers across a variety of industrial verticals, including top semiconductor manufacturers, to improve operational performance. The prescriptive optimization and autonomous control made possible by EdgeOps has delivered “rapid and sustained ROI,” according to Adapdix. Customers have reportedly measured a 45 percent reduction in equipment maintenance costs, a 50 percent reduction in downtime, and 20 percent increases in throughput.


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