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Invisu has been developed to assist companies in various sectors of industry.


The automotive industry is transforming with Electric Vehicles (EV) coming to the forefront alongside rapid progress being made with artificial intelligence. The car of the future is electrified, and it is forecasted that 55% of all new car sales in Europe may be fully electrified by 2030*. Five of the top 20 companies with the highest R&D investment are vehicle manufacturers.

Invisu has been developed to support digital innovation within the sector. With $22000 USD per minute being lost when a production line stops for the average automotive manufacturer and $1.5 trillion USD per year being the downtime cost to industrial manufacturers globally, unplanned downtime is a costly issue. Invisu can help eliminate this downtime, support market changes, and provide cost savings for Original Equipment Manufacturers and their end users.

*Source: PWC – Five Trends Transforming the Automotive Industry




Logistics & Warehousing

The global logistics sector has seen substantial change over the past few years, especially since the global pandemic. Shipping costs have increased, and ecommerce has accelerated, alongside developments in innovation and technology. Governments are investing in digital transformation and the need for responsible sustainability is at the forefront of business strategies.

The growing sophistication of digital twins is creating new opportunities in logistics to streamline operations, build resilience and improve sustainability. Invisu is assisting companies with logistics and warehousing requirements by providing a full life cycle of their automated lines and conveyor systems, along with faster and easier installations and maintenance, resulting in increased productivity and profits.




Food and Drink

A digital twin allows food and beverage manufacturers to monitor their production lines from end to end in real-time. Companies we have worked with, specifically those who install equipment worldwide, have historically encountered problems with equipment installation. By implementing Invisu into the business over the past year, they have experienced a significant reduction in unplanned downtime, repair costs and warranty claims. Companies are seeing an increase in productivity and turnover with their unplanned downtime now reduced by 50%.





The chemical sector has already seen significant change in recent times through digital transformation. One of the reasons for this is more pressure for companies to produce carbon neutral outputs and reduce their rising energy costs. Digital transformation success in the chemicals sector requires a comprehensive, holistic approach that looks at the entire asset lifecycle – through to operations and maintenance.

A digital twin system like Invisu can help chemical companies significantly reduce their energy costs and environmental impact during production using predictive maintenance and the ability to track a machines lifecycle in real time, improving and optimising the assets performance. It can be used at many levels of the organisation for resilience and risk mitigation, strategic planning, audit output and day-to-day operations.




Airport Baggage Handling Systems (BHS) and Security

Mishandled baggage costs the airline industry on average $2.5 billion USD in claims every year. Baggage issues affect the entire airport especially the biggest stakeholders – the airlines. In a large airport 10 minutes of downtime can result in 6000 unresolved bags that then have to handled manually.

Airports rate BHS as a top priority but it is still not uncommon to see airports sacrifice BHS to save costs. BHS is seen more of a necessary cost rather than, for example, adding value to passenger experience. It’s a behemoth and costs an excessive amount of money to keep running. By using Invisu to manage the lifecycle of the equipment, efficiency can be increased, and costs reduced.





Reduced Downtime
Increased Revenue

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