IOT: Jacobs Builds Predictive Partnership With Atos, Receives Industry Awards » Dallas Innovates
Jacobs Engineering Group, a Dallas-based global provider of technical, professional, and scientific services, has announced a partnership with international digital transformation company Atos.
The deal will bring data capture and analysis through predictive, condition-based maintenance and field services optimization solutions to a number of industries including water, energy, transport, aviation, nuclear, and the built environment.
The two companies will combine Jacobs’ technical services expertise with Atos’ digital and Internet of Things capabilities to help clients anticipate mechanical problems and better plan for maintenance and replacement of assets in the field. The solutions offered by the partnership will first deploy in the U.K. and potentially expand into other markets.
BY DAVID KIRKPATRICK
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