SECO presents new solution on Google Cloud at Embedded World 2023

Clea on Google Cloud to accelerate digital transformation and AI in the Industrial world. Camozzi Group will harness Clea and Google Cloud AI services across all group companies.

SECO will be at Embedded World 2023 to showcase Clea integrated with Google Cloud, for European users. Google Cloud users will be able to adopt Clea to fully exploit the value of their field data. Thanks to Google Cloud’s artificial intelligence services, which will be natively integrated with Clea, it will be possible to generate insights leveraging additional information from all the data sources of the company, such as ERP, CRM, MES and on-field devices.

Clea’s open-source nature will enable more and more players in the SECO and Google Cloud ecosystems to build artificial intelligence solutions for IoT easily and efficiently, providing developers with a standardized framework to accelerate the time-to-market of their products and services.

Clea will be available on Google Cloud Marketplace and the two companies will also work together to help customers implement Clea on Google Cloud. There will also be a focus on vertical use cases in strategic sectors.

Camozzi Group, amongst SECO’s main shareholders, will transform its data analytics infrastructure using services offered by Clea and Google Cloud, thus becoming a benchmark for a fully connected, cloud enabled Industrial IoT company.

“We are enthusiastic about the recognition of Clea from a player of absolute global relevance such as Google Cloud. It is indeed a great validation of the massive effort we put in its development over the last few years. We are thrilled to make our platform and our expertise in IoT-AI solutions available to a wide range of users at a European level: by combining our proposition with Google Cloud’s cutting edge AI services, we can offer unique solutions in the industrial field, enabling companies to evolve their business model, harness new value from the on-field data and to provide their end users with high value-added, as-a-service solutions”, said Dario Freddi, Global Software Strategy and Revenue Manager of SECO.