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Adamos: Engineers start their own platform for industry 4.0

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 | Gadgets

Darmstadt Software AG, together with several medium-sized machine and plant builders, is offering a platform for the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). With Adamos, the company wanted to establish a global standard tailored to the needs of the industry and its customers, the company said on Tuesday. Adamos is to be available from October 2017 on worldwide.

Apart from Software AG, the platform includes software developers DMG Mori, Dürr, Zeiss and ASM PT. According to a report in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, each company has a 20 per cent stake in the joint venture, and the initial investment was 60 million euros.
Data integrity for companies
Adamos is to allow the machine-builders, for example, to wait for their products from the cloud from afar. This means that the data transmitted by the machine can be used to identify maintenance requirements at an early stage and plan production. Also, spare parts can be automatically purchased, as the message states. For the companies Adamos has the advantage that they do not have to give the data of their machines and systems out of hand. These data can in turn be used to improve the development of the machines.
However, it was too complicated for the companies involved to develop a cloud solution themselves. "It was not a question of personal development for any of us, which would have taken too long and too much money," says Christian Thönes, Chairman of the Board of DMG Mori, according to the FAZ. You could not even be sure that you had found the necessary staff.

According to Dürr CEO Ralf Dieter, the companies still have no concrete return targets with the project. The company starts with 200 employees. According to FAZ, Dürr assumes that ten partners with company shares would soon be involved in Adamos. In addition, he expects numerous partners who exclusively run their own applications on the platform as customers. The app costs a basic fee of 300,000 euros and then a usage fee between 10 and 100 euros, depending on the connected system and data volume.


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