With Vision Insights powered by Xi IoT and its image recognition and analysis technology, Hardis Group is paving the way to a new generation of applications for the supply chain using machine-learning mechanisms. Co-innovated with an international client for one of its warehouses, the application is used to create a real-time digital twin of a warehouse and exploit the data to optimize certain processes, detect issues, make the right decisions and automate low-value-added tasks.
Hardis Group, a consulting firm, digital services company and independent software vendor, unveils Vision Insights powered by Xi IoT. This new application creates a digital twin of a real-life logistics situation using automatic visual recognition technology to identify objects and assets in warehouses, factories and stores. The aim is to analyze activity using digital twin data to improve logistics processes and make the right decisions. As the first component of a platform called X.Insights, Vision Insights is the first step in Hardis Group's strategy to offer supply chain players value-added applications incorporating emerging technologies such as IoT/Edge Computing, cognitive services (visual, voice recognition, etc.) and learning-based modeling.