Accelerating the
Industrial Internet of Things

Seebo

Industry 4.0 SaaS Platform

Seebo

Israel
2012
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
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Seebo is an Industry 4.0 SaaS platform with laser-focused business solutions that ‘move the needle’ for manufacturers in 3-months or less.

Founded in 2012, the company has raised over $22M from Viola Ventures, TPY Capital, Pritzker Group, and other investors. Seebo was named a Gartner Cool Vendor in the Internet of Things for 2017.

You can learn more by visiting our website: seebo.com or introduce Seebo to others with the following link: seebo.com/introducing-seebo.

Our solutions address the burning need for factories and plants to cut downtime, boost production yield, and minimize product faults.

Powered by the Seebo IoT development platform, Seebo solutions are easily customized using visual, code-free tools for IoT Modeling, Simulation, Predictive Analytics, and Machine Learning. The result: unmatched speed-to-market and predictable ROI.

The Seebo IoT Development Platform is comprised of visual tools that enable quick configuration and customization of our business solutions:

IoT Modeler - Visualizes the solution blueprint, with the necessary technology layers and data flows, as well as the business use cases to be implemented

IoT Simulator - Quickly validates the solution blueprint and enables you to gain stakeholder buy-in

Predictive Analytics & Machine Learning - Automatically translates the business use cases to rule-driven alerts, and provides an iterative means to automatically learn from historical data, perform root-cause analysis, and derive actionable insights

Digital Twin dashboards - visualizes the KPIs, alerts, and reports in the context of your production lines, enabling you to drill in through your sites, machines, and sensors to drive your operations to excellence

Manufacturers across industries – including Grundfos, Stanley, Procter & Gamble, Ralph Lauren, and many more – use Seebo to increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), minimize maintenance costs, and continually improve quality.

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