Archive for Digital Transformation – Page 2

Collaboration Empowers Digital Oilfield Transformations

ARC has been discussing how the emergence of IIoT-enabled solutions and digital technologies has fostered the need for companies to develop strong ecosystems in order to maximize the potency of a complete digital transformation. Oil & gas companies, given their disparate and distributed assets, are often the greatest potential beneficiaries of embracing a digital transformation […]

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GE Minds and Machines Showcases Predix Adoption by Utilities

The tone at GE Minds and Machines 2017 in San Francisco was pretty upbeat. Attendance rose significantly from 2016, with more than 3,700 people from 59 countries on hand. Some key Predix partnership advancements with Microsoft Azure and Apple were announced. New CEO John Flannery delivered an unequivocal keynote backing GE’s commitment to going digital […]

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Digitization in the Railway industry

For rail and other transportation industries, the fourth industrial revolution promises continuing acceleration of innovation on both the supply and demand side. Digitization can enhance the railway infrastructure, maximize availability, and improve the operational efficiency of all assets. From the manufacture of rolling stock to how rail operators serve their customers, new technologies will lead […]

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Unraveling Mystery of Machine Learning in IoT

There is a lot of buzz around predictive analytics for industrial machinery, particularly in manufacturing and for heavy-duty vehicles in trucking, construction, and farming. Machine learning is often cited as the secret sauce of predictive analytics, but few people really understand what it is and how it works. The idea behind predictive analytics is that […]

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Business 4.0 with Industrial IoT

A recent analyst event given by Tata Consultancy Services’ (TCS) evolved Industry 4.0 into a broader Business 4.0 theme. It included many of the technologies underpinning Industry 4.0, and extended this beyond the manufacturing portion of an industrial enterprise. Here, optimization and digital transformation goes from the plant floor into other aspects of the business. […]

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