Siemens is releasing a new generative artificial intelligence (AI) functionality into its Senseye predictive maintenance solution to make predictive maintenance more conversational and intuitive.
The new functionality is designed to make human-machine interactions and predictive maintenance faster and more efficient, helping Senseye customers bring out existing knowledge from their machines and systems and select the right course of action to help boost efficiency of maintenance workers.
One of Senseye’s customers who will leverage the new generative AI capability is BlueScope, an Australian steel manufacturer. "The innovative generative AI functionality from Siemens will help to accelerate our efforts to scale knowledge sharing across our global teams and will continue to support our ambitious digital transformation strategy,” said Colin Robertson, Digital Transformation Manager, BlueScope.
The new functionality in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution Senseye Predictive Maintenance will be available starting this spring for all Senseye users.