DIOTA Joins DELMIA
Supporting digital transformation for manufacturers
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Diota, a pioneer in digital solutions combining cutting-edge technologies such as interactive 3D, augmented reality, computer vision, AI, and deep learning to optimize execution of complex manufacturing operations.
Diota solutions expand the use of digital models and associated processes between engineering and manufacturing where production, assembly, test and maintenance of manufactured products occur.
Diota brings a wide range of solutions to support digital transformation in manufacturing, such as:
- Digital Assisted Operations to guide human operations step by step through augmented reality and support operators in their complex assembly tasks and quality control operations
- Digital-Based Robotics Inspection to conduct automated quality inspection based on the 3D model
- AppFactory to build and customize apps to specific business needs and connect to existing systems and processes
Leverage data to drive increases in asset utilization
Capture errors in real-time to reduce waste and lower cost-of-goods sold
Implement best practices across vast, complex manufacturing networks
With Diota workers visualize complex tasks and operations through model based, augmented reality solutions.
The result is a clear understanding of manufacturing steps, an accurate depiction of assembly sequence and placement, and precise quality inspection. This simplifies activities, removes any human bias, and eliminates errors.
Customers Experience immediate gains up to:
- 40% time & cost savings
- 99% right-the-first-time
- 80% increased productivity
- 90% Improved Quality
- 50% faster skill ramp-up rate
Diota’s portfolio, combined with DELMIA’s Operation Engineering and Operation Management solutions, delivers an actionable virtual twin experience to shop floor and field maintenance depots. The added value of Diota solutions makes the Virtual Twin Experience an actionable reality and helps manufacturers take the next step in bringing together the virtual and real worlds of manufacturing for next-generation performance.