Snowden, in partnership with Microsoft, is proud to announce the launch of our latest technology offering, Neuroverse.
Neuroverse provides a platform built on Azure that is set to revolutionise the way companies extract value from their software systems. Boasting advanced analytics, visualisation and machine learning, Neuroverse delivers an IoT solution that is easy to use, highly accessible and scalable to manage all operational needs.
Fully featured on any device, Neuroverse empowers you to make strategic decisions quickly from your desk or in the field, harnessing the value in integration across disparate systems that are commonplace in today’s corporate landscape.
It also delivers high-tech cloud-based applications which leverage the depth of technical mining knowledge in the Snowden team and partners it with the power of scalable cloud computing to provide solutions to complex problems that can be run on a PC, tablet, or even a smartphone.
Neuroverse was officially launched at a breakfast event on November 24th in Perth.
Rob Taylor (Head of Strategic Deals) at Microsoft opened to a full house, covering the benefits of the strategic partnership with Snowden.
Snowden’s John Hearne (CEO) and Jason Pearce (General Manager – Technology) then outlined the company’s strategy led by the innovative and ground breaking Neuroverse platform.
Snowden is in a strategic partnership with Microsoft to drive cloud-first solutions to the mining industry. With an agreed strategy to make cloud technologies relevant to mining, both parties have worked closely to develop Snowden’s new cloud platform, Neuroverse.
Neuroverse has leveraged the best of breed, up-to-date technology and cloud distributed computing, and offers fully fledged interactive dashboards providing key decision making power not easily available prior to now.
Providing this level of highly configurable data mining, without the need to install additional software, places Snowden at the forefront in effectively applying this technology to the mining industry.
Sean Helm (Snowden Product Portfolio Manager) followed this with a live demonstration of the rich feature-set and extensive breadth of offering available in Neuroverse. Harry Godwin (Otraco’s Sales Support Engineer) also demonstrated the integration of Neuroverse into the upcoming new release of their tyre management and reporting system Otracom. Stuart Trotter (Snowden’s Software Development Manager) described the technology landscape and how Snowden had incorporated Azure’s comprehensive tech-stack into a robust and scalable software platform.
For more information about the Neuroverse please see some recently released articles.
A few Images from the launch event
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