The Future is Here: Akkodis Brings Smart Industry Benefits to Australia

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Ready for the revolution? Akkodis is bringing smart industry benefits to Australia and transforming how we do business!

The hallmark of the Smart Industry is incorporating digital technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), big data analytics, and automation into the production process.

Anthony Doig, the VP of strategy and solutions at Akkodis, said that various organisations ranging from agriculture and manufacturing to the public sector are adopting Smart Industry techniques to enhance their operations and excel in the market.

According to Doig, Smart Industry is particularly beneficial because it enables individuals to make quicker and more informed decisions.

“Businesses can inform staff and customers about their services or operations by automating process tasks. This can help them capture new opportunities. The message is written in British English,” Doig said.

“Smart industry involves connecting people, applying new skills, utilising existing business knowledge, and effectively implementing change initiatives.”

Every year in Australia, 38,000 people are reported missing, making it difficult for rescuers to locate them in the Outback. Akkodis collaborated with the police to equip them with up-to-date information necessary for searching for missing individuals, even in the most rugged and remote regions.

“Connecting people in the field back to core information systems enabled police officers to allocate the appropriate resources to the correct person quickly,” Doig said.

“Computer simulations, known as ‘Digital Twins’, can help businesses manage complex operations by recreating physical infrastructure, economic models, and business rules to improve efficiency without risking the real infrastructure,” explained Doig.

“Is one of the purposes of a Digital Twin to show the current state and simulate potential future scenarios? For example, if I increase the number of mine trucks at my mining site, can I potentially increase productivity?” he said

Using such technologies significantly reduces the risk of expensive and dangerous accidents that can have long-term consequences. Australia’s miners use more than 700 autonomous haul trucks, accounting for over 60% of the world’s total, transporting billions of tonnes of material annually.

These technologies are quickly becoming the cornerstone of how business is conducted today. Akkodis is helping to make them available for organisations to become more efficient and productive with minimal risk. Get ready for the revolution!

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