Oracle said it has added digital twins, workflow threads between enterprise systems between the Internet of things to corporate data and embedded artificial intelligence to its IoT Cloud applications.
The company has been stepping up its IoT efforts with an aim to easing deployments and delivering more business value. Like Salesforce and SAP, Oracle is arguing that melding corporate and customer data with the Internet of things and analytics drives business value.
To Oracle, the IoT Cloud will ultimately blend augmented and virtual reality for efforts like preventative maintenance and inventory tracking. A demo highlighted how IoT, Oracle systems and augmented and virtual reality can co-mingle.
Lionel Chocron, vice president of IoT Solutions at Oracle, walked through the augmented and virtual reality demos. He noted that early adopters are looking at AR and VR, but sees sectors like manufacturing are driving interest. “Our goal is to make IoT easy and focus on business outcomes,” said Chocron.
Oracle’s take is that the decision makers on IoT applications are business leaders. IT is involved, but for the most part business decision makers want integrated apps that can be implemented quickly.
The company outlined the following:
- IoT Cloud applications will have built-in digital twin, digital thread, which is an effort to integrate, interconnect and optimize the supply chain, and artificial intelligence and machine learning tools.
Here’s a look at digital twin and AI overviews:
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