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Siemens to provide digital solutions for Al Ezz Dekheila Steel

Steel News - Published on Mon, 18 Mar 2019

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Siemens, in a new step towards digitalising the future of Egyptian industry, has signed a contract with Al Ezz Dekheila Steel Company Alexandria to deploy its leading digital industrial solutions across EZDK‘s diverse steel production assets. Under the agreement, Siemens will provide EZDK with Siemens’ Drive Train Analytics system (DTA) along with medium-voltage motors, marking the first deployment of DTA in the Middle East.

Siemens DTA is a comprehensive solution that helps solve these challenges by providing condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, root cause analysis and inspection. The data-driven solutions also facilitate the development of asset strategies that maximize reliability and availability, minimise risk and cost and dramatically reduce unplanned downtime by predicting equipment issues before they occur. As a cloud-based solution, DTA uses continuously improving algorithms designed to help equipment operators have full transparency of their assets to increase reliability and availability, minimise costs and reduce operational risk, as well as decrease spending on unnecessary and unplanned maintenance. In addition, DTA is designed to be connected to Siemens’ cloud-based, open operating system for the Internet of Things (IoT), MindSphere. MindSphere connects physical products, plants, systems and machines to the digital world, harnessing the wealth of data generated by the IoT with advanced analytics.

To maintain its leading competitive position as one of the largest steel producers in the Middle East region, EZDK is working to leverage the opportunities offered by digitalisation and innovations in data analytics and automation, to strengthen the company’s position and pave the way for developing new technologies and products, said a statement.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Mon, 18 Mar 2019
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