Lost Wax (now Aerogility) to demo Aerogility in Stockholm
The roadmap is an important element of our understanding of the major trends and technical initiatives in the development of agent-based computing. Lost Wax is committed to the commercial success of multi-agent software. We are deploying advanced multi-agent business solutions for our clients, and support for the agent community is a central part of our strategy.
Lost Wax will be demonstrating Aerogility, a multi-agent based software product, in Stockholm. Developed over the last two years through working with Rolls-Royce PLC, the product is capable of delivering real business benefit and is now being offered as a production system.
Aerogility is a decision-support tool designed to help business managers to better understand the complexities of the Aerospace aftermarket. Long-term customer care in an aftermarket that can span several decades is a key profitability driver in the Aerospace industry. Aerogility is used to analyse a large number of real-world business issues through sophisticated what-if scenarios, comparative simulations and decision-support. Aftermarket managers can evaluate different policies and business configurations and benchmark them against the key performance indicators for the organisation.
Lost Wax continues to develop the underlying multi-agent technology. We are delighted to be a member of the DTI-backed BROADEN programme, working in partnership with Rolls-Royce, EDS and a number of leading academic researchers. BROADEN is investigating the deployment of very large-scale multi-agent models over a grid computing infrastructure.
Gary Vickers, Business Development Director at Lost Wax commented, “We are very pleased with the commercial success we are achieving. We are convinced that first class R&D and the demands of clients that are world-leaders in their sector is the perfect combination for delivering substantial business benefits from multi-agent software technology.”