This year we saw massive interest from customers using our platform to power digital twins that expanded into deeper partnerships with AWS and Microsoft. We participated in several events across the globe, where curious customers brought their questions to the team and lined up for demos of Element Unify. Our first customer advisory board shed light on the challenges our customers face and where they find the most value using our software. Finally, we built key features within Unify that greatly help customers connect to data faster and work more efficiently.
Our partnership with AWS keeps getting stronger. The Unify integration with AWS IoT TwinMaker makes it easier for developers to create digital twins of real-world systems providing them the ability to use existing data from multiple sources, create virtual representations of any physical environment, and combine existing 3D models with real-world data so that they can deliver against business objectives such as:
Read the full blog: AWS IoT TwinMaker and Element Unify: Speeding the Path to Digital Twin Success
In June we announce the Element Unify integration with Microsoft Azure Digital Twins. The integration delivers several key benefits to organizations looking to build digital twins:
Our team spoke to dozens of customers at Hannover Messe and our data experts gave demos nearly non-stop at the AWS and Azure pods in the successful and productive event.
One highlight (out of many) was Andy Bane’s well-recieved presentation “Simplifying the Digital Twin Journey” in the AWS Theater. Attendees to that session learned about the importance of using a semantic data model to manage IT/OT/ET data used for digital twins.
Read the full blog: Digital Twins Galore at Hannover Messe. Look for us again this year at Hannover Messe 2023.
Earlier this year the Element team organized our first ever Customer Advisory Board (CAB) meeting. It was a great opportunity to spend time with some of our leading customers understanding challenges and how they are facing them on the forefront of Industrial Transformation. These companies are leading the way to provide a connected experience for their frontline employees so they can achieve more. Some of the notable takeaways:
In April, we announced new functionality for simplified connections, knowledge graph-based modeling, and advanced joins. Together they significantly increase flexibility and speed up model development for organizations seeking to deploy digital twins or pursue industrial transformation. New functionality:
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