L&T Technology Services Limited (LTTS) announces worldwide general availability (G.A) of 3 LTTS flagship solutions. The launch aims to drive digital industrial transformation on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.
As a strategy, both the companies will strengthen their existing global alliance by setting up a joint Digital Industrial Transformation Applied Innovation Centre for shared enterprise customers. This Centre will showcase how the Microsoft AI platform, Azure IoT, Microsoft Cognitive Services and Microsoft Azure Machine Learning power LTTS’ globally proven cutting edge digital solutions in Smart Manufacturing, Smart Asset Performance Management & Smart Buildings.
The proposed Applied Innovation Centre will include live Digital Industrial Use Cases from their Enterprise customers and academia partners, in addition to LTTS and Microsoft.
LTTS’ Smart Buildings solution, i-BEMS on Azure delivers Smart City, Campus and Buildings “system of systems” management, whereas LTTS’ Remote Asset Performance Management (RAPM) on Azure covers thousands of assets, improving their efficiency and utilization and LTTS’ W.A.G.E.S on Azure enables Smart Manufacturing by managing Water, Air, Gas, Electricity & Steam Compliance for industrial enterprises.
“The industrial landscape is witnessing disruption with digital innovation enabled by hyper-scale, secure, cloud based solutions tapping into the Microsoft AI platform, Microsoft Azure IoT, Azure Machine Learning & Microsoft Cognitive Services. Microsoft and its Azure cloud platform perfectly align to our objectives to deliver Digital Industrial & Engineering solutions & services that help our shared customers thrive in the digital age,” said Amit Chadha, President Sales & Business Development and Member of the Board, L&T Technology Services.
Rimes Mortimer, General Manager of Applied Innovation, Worldwide, at Microsoft Corp. said, “Azure customers will benefit from LTTS’ expertise in Digital Industrial and Engineering Transformation, and through the integration with other Azure services, such as Microsoft Azure IoT, Microsoft Cognitive Services and Azure Machine Learning.”