With a history in IoT-enabled Digital Evolution and strong roots in the Construction and Equipment Rental industries, Inauro today announces it has joined the Digital Twin Consortium.
Data from more and more sensors, digital forms and backend operational systems is coming together to provide on-site decision makers with real-time digital models to run scenarios and simulations on. These digital models, or Digital Twins, are becoming increasingly important concepts enterprises will rely on to make better decisions and increase efficiencies, safety, and compliance.
“As advocates of the use of real-time telemetry to support better decision making in industries such as Construction, Hire and Rental, Agriculture and Logistics, we are excited to join the Digital Twin Consortium and leverage our Industry expertise to support the discussions and the promotion of the concepts surrounding it,” commented Max Girault, Chief Commercial Officer of Inauro.
“We welcome Inauro as a Digital Twin Consortium member,” said Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Digital Twin Consortium. “Inauro’s industry experience in construction, hire and rental, agriculture, and logistics is valuable expertise as we all work together to advance the use of digital twin.”
Inauro is an Australian real-time data fusion company that specialises in leveraging data from IoT devices, digital forms, ERP, CRM and other enterprise systems to create efficiencies in operational workflows. Inauro’s know-how comes from having undertaken this transformation within a large industrial organisation and having connected thousands of mobile plant assets into operational processes and seen the ROI realised. Leveraging a cutting-edge data fusion platform, PerspioTM, Inauro specialises in providing real-time contextual recommendations for operational teams to make better decisions and increase automation.
Digital Twin Consortium is The Authority in Digital Twin. It coalesces industry, government, and academia to drive consistency in vocabulary, architecture, security and interoperability of digital twin technology. It advances the use of digital twin technology in many industries from aerospace to natural resources. Digital Twin Consortium is a program of Object Management Group.