IoT and PLM Integration
- Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Data Management Platforms
- Discrete Manufacturing
Zadi Group wanted to make innovative technologies one of its main differentiators. They are planning on moving away from the old legacy client server systems to a solution in the cloud.
About The Customer
Zadi Group designs and manufactures electromechanical components for the automotive, agricultural and industrial sectors, developing projects in co-design for the most prestigious manufacturers in the world of motorcycles, recreational vehicles, minicar a
Zadi Group integrated the Solair Platform as the solution. Solari Platform integrates traditional PLM functionalities and innovative IoT features within the same environment, allowing for engineering data management, budgeting, sharing documents and information throughout the design and manufacturing value chain – all within a single platform.
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