Under the Marubeni Aerospace-Plataine collaboration, Marubeni Aerospace will offer Plataine’s full suite of products to a range of advanced manufacturing sectors, such as aerospace and automotive. Plataine’s technology brings radical productivity improvements to factories around the world, delivering the promise of Industry 4.0, said a press release from Plataine.
The collaboration combines Plataine’s state of the art solutions with Marubeni Aerospace’s full range of services, including consultation, project management, marketing, financing and after-sales support. Marubeni Aerospace aims to serve the advance Japanese manufacturing market and build solid long-term relationships between Plataine, Marubeni Aerospace and the customers.
Plataine’s digital manufacturing solutions revolutionise production facilities by integrating with local systems and collecting real-time data from factory sensors that is analysed by AI-based digital assistants, to offer predictive alerts and recommendations. Actionable insights and optimised real-time recommendations to factory floor staff, helps them to meet the continuous ‘rate up cost down’ demands. Plataine’s technology also automates and improves process control while optimising production throughput as well as material yield in a variety of demanding industrial sectors. The result is a digital thread of information which records every step of the manufacturing process, from raw material to end product, improving quality control and ensuring customers are always audit-ready.
“Japan’s advanced manufacturing sector is always on the lookout for innovative ways to improve processes and productivity. Plataine’s AI-enabled IIoT offering is the most cutting-edge solution we’ve seen on the market, and I am confident it will deliver major productivity and efficiency benefits to customers of ours across Japan. We were looking for a technological collaboration that could deliver the highest levels of quality and expertise in IIoT, AI and cloud computing. Plataine’s solutions are market-proven and are already deployed at the most demanding manufacturing environments,” said Takashi Kawai, SVP and GM, at Marubeni Aerospace.
“Entering the Japanese market is an important milestone for Plataine. Teaming-up with a leading player with proven capabilities and market presence is critical to our success, and we intend for the Plataine-Marubeni Aerospace collaboration to be an enduring one. We, together with Marubeni Aerospace, are proud to deliver the promise of Industry 4.0 and digital manufacturing to Japanese manufacturers,” said Avner Ben-Bassat, president and CEO of Plataine. (PC)
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