AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software driving digital transformation and sustainability, has announced two new industry templates for customers to accelerate the deployment of enterprise visualisation
The AVEVA Unified Operations Centre for Water and AVEVA Unified Operations Centre for Renewables Solutions underline the company?s continuous efforts in supporting global customers? sustainability initiatives and objectives.
Recent AVEVA research reveals that 89% of industrial companies are investing in digital solutions to achieve their sustainability goals, with a focus on collaboration tools, real-time data, and predictive analytics.
Digital tools have a significant role to play in today?s dynamic business environment. They offer the potential to drive 20-30% productivity gains and can unlock more than US$100bn in value, according to McKinsey estimates.
AVEVA Unified Operations Centre solutions for water and renewable power enable customers to leverage deep insight and operational guidance from many geographically dispersed assets, delivering enterprise visualisation that accelerates their business goals and contributes to their net-zero targets.
Rashesh Mody, senior vice president, monitoring and control business unit, AVEVA, said, ?Our enterprise visualisation category offerings will enable ESG strategies for industrial companies and empower them to reduce their carbon footprint through real-time insights. AVEVA Unified
Operations Center provides enhanced awareness and guides enterprise users in better understanding their global operations and responding to internal and external events that can promote sustainable outcomes. Depending on the industry, customers can unearth value from their data that was previously inaccessible, by improving visibility at higher decision-making levels, while providing organisation-wide context alongside other types of information within a single application.?
Enterprise visualisation solutions such as AVEVA Unified Operations Centre help teams and users tasked with organisation-wide responsibilities. They make content available through a single pane-of-glass environment, where data from Operations Technology (OT), Information Technology (IT), and Engineering Technology (ET) converge to provide actionable information in context for industrial operations.
With the new integrations, companies in the water and renewable power sectors can now enjoy the benefits of integrated and enhanced visibility, enabling deeper insights for quick and accurate decision-making to drive sustainability. The solutions enable increased agility allowing teams to make decisions in parallel to each other, expediting responses to performance events and drive reductions in energy consumption and production through optimisation opportunities.