BEET Platform in Southfield Adds AI Tools to Industrial IoT Ecosystem

BEET, a Southfield-based global industrial IoT (Internet of Things) platform specializing in intelligent manufacturing, has unveiled BEET Core 5.0.
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The BEET Core 5.0 platform uses GenAI tools to integrate data from the shop floor to the cloud in one to three seconds. // Stock photo

BEET, a Southfield-based global industrial IoT (Internet of Things) platform specializing in intelligent manufacturing, has unveiled BEET Core 5.0.

The BEET Platform ecosystem allows for integration with multiple sources of data from enterprise software and systems throughout the manufacturing life cycle.

The upgrade features GenAI tools that could “revolutionize manufacturers’ perspectives on operational efficiency and throughput, marking a significant shift in industry standards,” according to the developers.

The platform integrates data from the shop floor to the cloud in one to three seconds and soon will add BEET Bot, a co-pilot tool that puts the power of GenAI at operators’ fingertips.

At the same time, BEET will unveil a new look and feel that reflects its commitment to helping people, processes, and equipment work in harmony, according to the company.

“Imagine having the ability to stop time at any given second to examine 10,000 snapshots of your operations to resolve bottlenecks and extend throughput beyond what your line was built for,” says David Wang, co-founder and chief technology officer of BEET. “We want manufacturing leaders to know that you can have this ability to leverage real-time manufacturing shop data and it can be user-friendly.”

BEET has more than a decade of experience helping automotive OEMs, tiered suppliers, and other customers increase throughput and digitize processes. The company offers “a fresh approach to AI in manufacturing environments, enabling customers to identify throughput gaps in real-time to prioritize manual process automation and increase production, improve quality and reduce downtime.”

“At BEET, we believe your people are your most valuable asset, and we want to help them leverage AI to perform as effectively as possible,” says Wang. “We invite manufacturing and technology leaders to join us during this launch and stay tuned for more information.”

For more information, visit beet.com.