Cognite was founded in 2016 to meet the demands of industrial digitalization. We’re a Nordic software company supporting the full-scale digital transformation of heavy-asset industries around the world. With Cognite Data Fusion, we supply contextualized data to drive industrial applications that increase safety and efficiency and drive revenue.
Our interdisciplinary team includes more than 250 of the best software developers, data scientists, designers, 3D specialists, and industry professionals. Together, we have built Cognite Data Fusion, a software package that empowers companies in industries like Oil & Gas, Shipping, and Manufacturing to extract value from data by transforming it into useful information.
Cognite Data Fusion liberates a wide variety of industrial data from separate, siloed source systems, then automatically structures the sensor data in relation to the rest (e.g., process diagrams, 3D models, event data). This contextualization step makes data available in a way that’s intuitive to the human user and to the algorithms at work behind the applications revolutionizing industry today.
Editor's note: Updated June 12, 2019.
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