“The next 3 years will be more impactful than the last 50 years”

The quote in this headline is from Sam Yen, SAP Chief Design Officer and Managing Director of SAP Silicon Valley.  It captures the dynamic promise of digitization, and also evokes the potential peril of ignoring the trend.  In Sam’s keynote at the recent SAP Leonardo Live event in Frankfurt, he spoke about the role of […]

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IoT in Oil and Gas Coming to Houston on September 13th and 14th, Part 2

This is a part 2 of a blog posted ten days in which we indicated that ARC will be attending the 3rd annual IoT in Oil and Gas event being held on September 13th and 14th in Houston. Not only will there likely be lots of great presentations imparting all kinds of interesting and useful […]

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Solving the Industrial IoT Embedded System Problem

What strikes me personally right now in researching the industrial IoT is a need I see cutting across many segments – that need is for breakthroughs in the deployment and support for embedded systems at scale. Notice that I said deployment and support, not development. One difficulty here is that different parts of the Industrial […]

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Next Step: Global Roll-out of Analytics Software

Many industrial companies today are evaluating and testing advanced analytics solutions to gain insights into their real-time process data. These analytics solutions allow organizations to quickly discover and diagnose potential issues and help plant workers improve performance. Total wanted a solution that made it easy for process engineers, field operators and maintenance personnel to gain […]

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High Value Applications of Additive Manufacturing in Automotive

The use of additive manufacturing (AM) in the automotive industry is evolving from producing prototypes for fit and form checks, to installation tools for use on the factory floor,  and, more recently, to producing functional parts used in test-vehicles, -engines, and -platforms.  This shift in adoption towards higher-value applications is driven by advances in printing […]

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