Altizon and Deloitte Partner on CK Birla Group-Owned HIL Limited’s IIoT Journey

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A recent press release states, “Altizon Inc. today announced that it is working in collaboration with global consulting firm Deloitte to deliver the first-ever digital transformation project of CK Birla group-owned building material solutions company HIL Ltd. ‘We believe a connected factory has the ability to significantly improve the production process by enabling end-to-end product visibility. Further, predictive analytics will aid decision making and promote responsiveness,’ said Dhirup Roy Choudhary, CEO & MD of HIL Ltd. Altizon’s Datonis Manufacturing Intelligence (MInt), a cloud-based platform, enables HIL to connect all machines, products and services to a single network and data platform that facilitates machine-to-machine communication. The Datonis MInt manufacturing data lake combines manufacturing product and process data from multiple sources into a single repository to deliver actionable insights. With the pre-built capabilities of MInt and Deloitte’s consulting expertise, HIL’s first Connected Shop Floor has been launched in its Chennai blocks plant.”

The release continues, “Today, real-time machine parameters are being captured through digital logbooks, with plant-level dashboards in place to monitor and review critical parameters. Instant alerts will be instrumental in timely corrective actions. ‘The connected shop floor is the first step in our IIoT journey. By connecting the entire shop floor, we are ready with real-time data to take corrective decisions. Our next focus is to predict failures in quality and maintenance, which will increase the plant efficiency. We chose Deloitte as our partners on this Industry 4.0 journey, as they come with deep understanding of the building materials industry and rich expertise in digital transformation. Deloitte’s consulting expertise and Altizon’s Datonis MInt platform together is a win-win scenario for us,’ said Murali Raj GR, CIO of HIL Limited.”

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