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PTC Introduces Kinex, a New Generation of Industrial IoT Applications Built on ThingWorx

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “PTC today announced the launch of the Kinex™ product family, a new brand that will consist of Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. This new generation of IoT apps will enable companies to simplify their digital transformation and accelerate time to value. Kinex role-based applications are designed to unify data from enterprise systems and the sensored physical world, and deliver user information and insight in context to enable users to improve decision making and performance. The Kinex applications, built on the ThingWorx® Industrial IoT platform, will enable users to change how products are designed, manufactured, serviced, and experienced.”

The release goes on, “The first application branded under the Kinex product family is the Kinex™ Navigate™ application. Kinex Navigate has seen rapid adoption, with more than 125,000 seats sold to date. Kinex Navigate allows stakeholders across the company to access and use product data sourced from multiple systems of record in a simple, modern, role-based interface. Leveraged with PTC’s award-winning Windchill® system for smart, connected PLM, the Kinex Navigate app breaks down silos in the product lifecycle with simple and easy universal data access. Stakeholders in the product’s lifecycle have access to accurate and up-to-date product information, enabling users to drive better product decisions. PTC will be releasing additional Kinex applications, built on PTC’s leading ThingWorx IoT platform. The development capabilities of ThingWorx enable partners and customers to add functionality and features that extend the Kinex applications to meet business requirements.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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