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Enterprise solutions provider SAP on Tuesday launched several Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to help enterprises enhance digital logistics, manufacturing and asset management.
The latest solutions were showcased at the company's global summit "SAP Leonardo Live" in Frankfurt on Tuesday.
The company intends to leverage technologies like Big Data, Cloud and machine learning to enable IoT and "Industry 4.0" strategies.
"With 'SAP Leonardo' as our digital innovation system, we are defining the path to digital transformation with innovation that can scale across the entire organization," said Tanja Rueckert, President, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP, in a statement.
The solutions include "Leonardo IoT Bridge", "Global Track and Trace" and "Digital Manufacturing Insights," among others, aimed to enable monitoring, computing, managing business operations.
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