Covestro and allnex adopt Seeq on AWS for production insights

Seeq Corporation

Friday, 23 July, 2021

Covestro and allnex adopt Seeq on AWS for production insights

Seeq Corporation has announced agreements with two global chemical companies, Covestro and allnex, which have selected Seeq on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help improve production and business outcomes.

Seeq says its software enables engineers and scientists in process manufacturing organisations to analyse, predict, collaborate, and share insights to improve production outcomes.

“Analytics software for manufacturing customers is an area long overdue for innovation,” said Megan Buntain, Director of Cloud Partnerships at Seeq. “By choosing Seeq on AWS to democratise innovations in big data, machine learning and computer science, chemical industry companies can easily access new capabilities to improve production and business success.”

Covestro is among the world’s largest polymer companies with annual sales of more than €10 billion and over 30 plants worldwide. As part of its investment to become a digital leader in the chemicals industry, Covestro is deploying Seeq worldwide to provide their employees with tools for frontline analytics and decision-making.

“Seeq is our go-to tool for self-service analytics in the Covestro Monitoring Platform,” said Bram Bamps, Data Analytics Expert at Covestro. “With little to no previous knowledge of advanced data scripting, our experts can easily use Seeq to create data-driven models that predict processes, even those with high variability, and with higher success rates than we’ve seen with conventional tools. They can easily share insights from these models with colleagues and scale out analyses efficiently by leveraging Seeq's relationship with AWS.”

Since the late 1800s, allnex has been a manufacturer of industrial coating resins, now with 33 manufacturing facilities around the world. As part of its digital transformation initiatives, allnex selected a Seeq deployment on AWS to connect disparate data sources to provide a single view of process manufacturing data. Using Seeq and AWS, allnex says it securely accesses and contextualises process automation data across the organisation and can scale to meet future business needs.

Seeq has been an AWS Industrial Software Competency partner since 2019 and is available in AWS Marketplace.

“Seeq and AWS are complementary solutions for the ever-evolving chemicals industry,” said Sanat Joshi, General Manager, Global Automotive and Manufacturing Industries at AWS. “By taking a simplified, flexible approach to deployment using AWS, chemicals companies can use Seeq to bridge data silos and leverage advanced AWS data services and tools to extract critical insights from process manufacturing data.”

In addition to AWS data services, Seeq connects to an extensive set of data storage platforms from vendors including OSIsoft, Siemens, GE, Honeywell, Inductive Automation, AVEVA, AspenTech, Yokogawa, InfluxDB, Snowflake, and others.

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