Radix Engineering Is a Launch Partner for AWS IoT TwinMaker
Radix found that AWS IoT TwinMaker helps systematically build relationships between engineering documentation, process data, business systems and maintenance systems.
May 9, 2022
As an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Select Tier Services Partner, Radix Engineering and Software is a launch partner for AWS IoT TwinMaker, which makes it easier for customers to create digital twins that mirror real-world systems, Radix reports. As a company that provides consulting, engineering, operations technology (OT), and digital solutions into multiple manufacturing verticals, Radix’s engineering and OT staff will integrate AWS IoT TwinMaker outputs into clients’ existing business, process control or data historian systems.
“Digital twins can be engineered to provide both real-time exceptions and predict future issues or performance,” says Elliott Bell, program director, at Radix Engineering and Software. “They can provide guidance to operators, engineers or maintenance to help run and optimize overall process performance.”
An obstacle to the development of digital twins was the effort needed to locate and build the relationships between metadata and the process equipment. Radix found that AWS IoT TwinMaker helps systematically build relationships between engineering documentation, process data, business systems and maintenance systems, without human interaction. AWS IoT TwinMaker reduces activities involved in building digital twins, including reducing metadata mapping, freeing Radix engineers to assist Radix customers to achieve value creation much faster.
About Radix Engineering & Software
Founded in 2010, Radix Engineering & Software is a privately held global engineering, software and operations/information technology consulting company with more than 1,000 employees around the world. Radix provides technology-based solutions to industrial customers focused on the oil and gas, chemicals, power, and other industries. Radix’s North American headquarters are in Houston, TX with the Global HQ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and offices in São Paulo and Belo Horizonte.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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