Savigent Software Releases Savigent Streamline

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Savigent’s software suite now includes real-time fault detection capabilities.

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Streamline’s multi-variable analysis gives manufacturers the capability to infer data that is not directly collected.

BLOOMINGTON, MINN. (November 9, 2015) – Savigent Software, Inc., the Bloomington-based company specializing in event-driven manufacturing operations management software, announced today the release of Savigent Streamline™. This latest addition to Savigent Software’s suite of products is a rules-based, complex-event application used to implement fault detection. The software allows organizations to more rapidly discover and act upon anomalies and prevent future faults.

Using Streamline, opportunities or threats can be quickly identified and responded to by acting immediately to shut down a machine or make adjustments to the process. Streamline eliminates challenges caused by communications delays and/or out-of-order data, by using time-encoded streams of sensor data, contexts and events, and then time stamps each stream separately. This ensures that while data is collected in real-time, analysis and calculations remain highly accurate and predictive.

“Savigent Software developed Streamline to address challenges presented in detecting faults or anomalies, which is usually a manual effort and complicated by multiple data origins,” said Jimmy Asher, director of product strategy for Savigent Software. “Streamline’s multi-variable analysis gives manufacturers the capability to infer data that is not directly collected. This allows faults or anomalies to be identified automatically. This flexibility increases uptime, decreases waste, and allows engineers and developers to focus on performing at their highest value.”

The software solution allows users to accelerate and automate the fault-detection process by combining data from multiple sources to identify events or patterns that suggest more complicated circumstances. Users can configure rule sets to quickly modify algorithms across the entire platform based upon specific incoming data. Without this kind of technology, engineers often end up using multiple applications that replicate data, running iterative reports and wasting crucial technical and human resources. Instead, Streamline intelligently aggregates and analyzes multiple data and event streams, eliminating reprocessing of data.

When implemented alongside Savigent Platform™, Savigent Workflow™ and Savigent Historian™, Savigent Streamline™ enables manufacturers to produce products more efficiently, effectively and economically.

About Savigent Software
Savigent Software pioneered a new class of event-driven manufacturing operations management software. The company has served manufacturers in a variety of industries including automotive, semiconductor, contract manufacturing, industrial, specialty chemical, food and beverage, energy, consumer packaged goods, plastics and glass manufacturing, and aerospace and defense. Customers served by Savigent Software are seeking increased efficiencies, agile control of manufacturing assets, and improved process control and product quality. The company also serves OEMs and independent software vendors by providing value-added software solutions for their products. Its Savigent suite of products provides solutions for workflow automation, manufacturing intelligence and systems integration.

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