Aveva Releases Operations Management Interface (OMI) App

August 11, 2020 Perry Cohen

Aveva announced the release of its Aveva Insights Operations Management Interface (OMI) app. The application was designed to combine AI with an operator’s real-time decision-making.

Further, the app acquaints AI capabilities with the Aveva System Platform to provide automatic, predictive detection of unusual behavior. This notifies users of such events like unplanned downtime or production loses.

The app can deliver anomalous patterns, once identified, to on-premise human-machine interfaces. They can also be delivered to supervisory control and data acquisition systems.

“IIoT applications have driven a massive increase in the collection of real-time operations and manufacturing data,” said vice president of monitoring and control at Aveva Rashesh Mody, in a press release. “As a result, operators face alarm overload and often cannot effectively react to or distinguish between process-critical situations and false positive alarm conditions, resulting in the loss of operational time and resources.

“By harnessing the power of AI and advanced cloud analytics, Aveva is enabling operators to take proactive action, before process and maintenance problems occur.”

A “thumbs-up or thumbs-down” confirmation system to provide feedbacks from operators, ensuring the AI-driven notifications align with the needs of users and support objectives. Incorporating operator feedback into the app’s functions enables operations, maintenance, and production teams to train the AI engine to adapt to specific implementations.

For more information, visit aveva.com.

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