SAP Asset Intelligence Network
The Digital Thread Between Manufacturers and Operators of Industrial Equipment.
Let’s say you manufacture industrial pumps. With an asset intelligence network, the data relevant to each specific model of pump you make would reside in a single cloud-based location. This model information is the basis to create unique equipment — essentially a “digital twin” of the physical equipment. And it would be integrated into your existing investments in ERP, product lifecycle management (PLM) software, and so on.
This global data registry would be available to all OEMs, operators, service providers, technology providers, insurers, regulators, and other registered participants. Such an asset intelligence network would revolutionize the management, maintenance, and performance of your entire extended supply chain.
Sound too good to be true? It isn’t. Over the past two years, SAP has been co-innovating with customers and partners around the world to develop just such a capability and it’s called SAP Asset Intelligence Network.
|Dean Fitt, SAP SE|
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Number of participants: 23
|Subanatarajan Subbiah||ABB AG|
|Frank Otto Frantzen||ConocoPhillips Norway|
|Hans Butenschøn||Fred. Olsen Energy ASA|
|Pablo Juncosa Sepúlveda||Iberdrola|
|Inger Randi Spakrud||NSB AS|
|Tom Saga||Norsk Hydro ASA|
|Keiji Watanabe||SAP Norge AS|
|Dean Fitt||SAP SE|
|Annabelle Roux||SAP Tackle Ltd|
|Bernt Bakken||SBN - Adfahrer Norway|
|Guillaume Fagernes-Turpin||Statoil ASA|
|Arne Gjerstad||Statoil ASA|
|Odd Rune Snähre||Statoil ASA|
|Geir Sigmund Osmundsen Torgersen||Statoil ASA|
|Anders Magnusson||Stora Enzo|
|Ann Magritt Carlsen||TechnipFMC|
|Derek Cromwell||Thunder Bay Media|