Optima has made a key move in shifting into a digitalized firm. The Optima Digital Innovation Center is now in operation. The central digitalization hub of Optima Group offers firsthand exposure to digital stocks and is accessible to all of its branches.
In middle March, the latest Additive Innovation Center of Optima, a development center for making pieces utilizing additive manufacturing technologies launched in Steinbeisweg, Germany area.
The Digital Innovation Center in the Solpark industrial park in Schwaebisch Hall-Hessental started work by the end of April. This is minus a formal launch occasion because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
While the Additive Innovation Center’s will sell additive manufacturing technology, the Digital Innovation Center will take a vital role in the Optima Group. It will act like a think tank as well as in additional developing and offering digital solutions.
Smart Services by Optima will be offered in the Digital Innovation Center. This is together with the digital technologies and apps associated with enlarged and virtual actuality.
The latest showroom will make digitalization tangible for guests and clients. Client webinars will be an included feature in prospect.
“Our goal is to provide our customers around the world with an opportunity to experience Optima’s digital products firsthand,” said the chairman of the Optima Consumer Div, Joachim Dittrich. Optima staff, clients, and associates will now get a chance in their special way to view, explore, encounter, and try their latest digitalized solutions by Optima.
The Digital Innovation Center is expected to present and improve knowledge. “Especially in the digital sector, it is important to understand the added value and then be able to communicate this to the customer,” explains director service at OPTIMA consumer GmbH, Michael Weber.
Digital services and products will be offered in the exhibition and innovation section. The “smart services” created at Optima in the latest years are a section of the Optima Total Care full life cycle administration program. In fact, Smart services” strongly goes with the “basic services. This includes conventional services installation, spare pieces service, calibration, retrofits, and training.
The digital services backs all levels of the device life cycle. This includes preparing to initiate to retrofitting. For example, at the start of a project in the design inspection, i.e. at the initial review of the form, the system may be shown digitally and in 3D on a virtual display. On appeal, clients will experience the mechanism up close by the use of virtual actuality glasses. This will support early changes.