Revolutionizing the Manufacturing Industry: Two Leading Companies Collaborate on an innovation cutting-edge project to Introduce Digital Innovation and Enhanced Mobility in Operations Management.
Lisbon, Portugal – March 2nd. The two companies aim to leverage cutting-edge technology and expertise to revolutionize manufacturing processes. The strategic collaboration will involve a pilot project at Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira, aimed at digitizing inspection procedures, improving operations management, and increasing field mobility. This innovative project will combine the strengths of both companies to drive greater efficiency, productivity, and profitability in the manufacturing industry. Through this collaboration, these two companies will continue to shape the future of manufacturing through digital innovation.
Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira is the leader in the production, transport, distribution and commercialization of energy in Madeira, Portugal. The company is responsible for the entire implementation of the electricity grid in the region and has over 600 employees. By 2021 it had over 140 000 consumers and a turnover of over 200M euros.
The solution implemented in Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira will be focused on digitizing inspection procedures, improving operations management, and increasing field mobility, through an Augmented & Connected Worker solution deployed with 5G ultimate capabilities.
The companies have collaborated to enhance the vision of Continuous Improvement of Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira. With this solution, the company in addition to being able to reduce paper use and increase its efficiency also managed to improve field operations communication and reduce training costs. These cutting-edge capabilities will allow Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira to improve the accuracy and speed of their inspections, and gain valuable insights into their operations.
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with Deloitte on this innovative project. Their expertise combined with our cutting-edge technology, will bring significant benefits to Eletricidade da Madeira and help them push their technological differentiators even further,” said Shakil Ahmed, SVP of Business Development at Glartek.
Madeira Electricity Company (Empresa Eletricidade da Madeira – EEM) is the leader in the production, transport, distribution and commercialization of energy in Madeira – Portugal’s autonomous region. The company is responsible for the entire implementation of the electricity grid in the region and has over 600 employees working to achieve the constant growth of the company. By 2021 it had over 140 000 consumers and a turnover of over 200M euros.
Deloitte is the undisputed leader in professional services, and as part of the DTTL group, the company is committed to delivering innovative solutions, exceptional service, and deep insights to help companies excel. DTTL’s mission is to make an impact that matters, by working collaboratively and drawing multidisciplinary expertise to solve customers’ toughest challenges. The consultancy’s leading company strives to create an inclusive and supportive environment that enables our people to grow and develop, so they can make a meaningful difference in the world.
Glartek, founded in 2017, is a leader in Augmented Reality (AR) solutions for the Industry and its mission is to increase the efficiency and safety of industrial processes. Glartek’s software solutions combine the Augmented and Connected Worker domains to bring visibility, optimization, and reassurance of field operations. Its wide range of customers vary from asset-intensive companies such as EDP and Manufacturing companies, such as Renault. Glartek is headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal, and has raised over €1.5M in venture capital. To learn more, visit www.glartek.com.
For more information, please contact: Maïté Sena, Marketing Manager at Glartek, at [email protected]