|Through several projects in the space as well as our work with different industrial partners and clients, we were able to build up strong domain knowledge in that space. And although we’ve noticed a few challenges along the way, one stood out especially.|
Through an extensive set of interviews and visits at factory floors, we’ve understood that although factories are a complex structure of varying processes and procedures, they often tend to have a common problem:
The inside of the average factory is very heterogeneous. This means, that machines and sensors stem from various suppliers, were manufactured at varying times, and run on different versions of software. The result is an often intransparent production.
And this is the point we decided to take action in.