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Infosys Launches 4.0 AI version for Global Enterprises

Infosys Launches 4.0 AI version for Global Enterprises

Infosys has launched 4.0 version Of AI frameworks jointly with Poyry plc, a Finland-based consulting and engineering firm. The announcement was made public on Monday. The new AI framework is exclusively built for industry, utilities, and infrastructure.

According to Infosys, the 4.0 version will help to resolve the lifecycle management challenges faced in operational technology by different industry, utilities, and infrastructure enterprises.

The new version of AI uses ML and M2M, Cognitive capabilities to the industrial, environment by detecting critical enterprise systems. It creates value for the customers by providing them with a better understanding of their behavior.

The AI platform of Accenture works with Poyry’s RAMS methodology (reliability, availability, maintainability, safety). The platform carries out different tasks such as difficult, advanced analytics and machine learning models, exchanging information.

The new platform has the potential to cut down system maintenance cost and operations shut down. It will improve reliability, employee and environmental safety. Through predictive and prescriptive analytics, the new framework will help decision-makers to get real-time knowledge about the operation and maintenance of OT systems. 

Poyry plc specializes in the energy and industrial sectors. The company provides engineering services in its core markets.

According to Richard Pinnock, President, Poyry’s energy business group, in the 4.0 version converts critical assets to information with the help of algorithms based on computing and business intelligence. It will enable proactive prescriptive decision making.


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