Hitachi ABB Power Grids digital business solutions

Hitachi ABB power grids and Hitachi Vantara announced the integration of Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ flagship Digital Enterprise (DE) solutions into the Lumada portfolio of advanced digital solutions and services to transform data into information.

Hitachi’s two business units agreed to rename DE components to Lumada Asset Performance Management (APM), Lumada Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and Lumada Field Service Management (FSM), adding to the growing portfolio of DataOps and Industrial IoT solutions.

The DE solutions portfolio and its predecessors enable customers across multiple global industries to operate, analyze and optimize more than $ 4 trillion in assets every day. With the incorporation of the DE portfolio into Lumada, this experience is complemented by a leading technology engine to provide access to information, systems, people and analytics in asset-intensive organizations.

With the incorporation of Digital Enterprise into Lumada, Hitachi ABB Power Grids energy domain experience will be enhanced by Hitachi’s Lumada Industrial IoT platform.

DE and Lumada also share fundamental features: a modern microservices design, vendor-independent interoperability, and a flexible deployment model, including cloud, on-premises and hybrid.

Through the combination of Hitachi’s ABB Power Grids Digital Enterprise application portfolio and Hitachi’s Lumada solutions from Hitachi Vantara, customers will be able to benefit from additional data services including data integration, data cataloging , advanced intelligence, data management, analytics and more.

Lumada’s new integrated portfolio will deliver benefits to clients in the following key areas:

  • Digital transformation and data modernization – improving access to and information from data
  • Performance of connected assets – helps predict and prevent asset failures
  • Intelligent operations management – improved asset monitoring and maintenance
  • Health, Safety and Environment – creating safer environments for workers and the public

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