Enterprise solutions provider SAP launched several Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to help enterprises enhance digital logistics, manufacturing and asset management, at its global summit, SAP Leonardo Live in Frankfurt.
SAP, last year, had also announced the investment plans of 2 billion Euro to help business benefit from the proliferation of sensors, smart devices and Big Data that is transforming business with the Internet of Things (IoT).
The company intends to leverage technologies like Big Data, Cloud and machine learning to enable IoT and “Industry 4.0” strategies.
“With ‘SAP Leonardo’ as our digital innovation system, we are defining the path to digital transformation with innovation that can scale across the entire organization,” said Tanja Rueckert, President, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP, in a statement.
The new solutions include:
SAP Leonardo IoT Bridge, a configurable role-based digital command center giving operations managers unprecedented visibility and ability to act in real time.
SAP Global Track and Trace, a cloud-based offering for unified, end-to-end tracking, monitoring and reporting of objects and business processes across supply chain networks.
SAP Leonardo IoT Edge software to bring compute, storage and business semantics via the cloud to where intelligent devices reside outside of the data center, for near real-time and deterministic performance of business processes.
SAP Digital Manufacturing Insights, a centralized, cloud-based manufacturing performance management solution that provides comprehensive visibility into manufacturing that enables process optimization.
SAP Asset Manager, a cloud-based mobile app for managing asset health, inventory, maintenance and safety.