Archive for Sensors

A Digital Transformation is at Hand for Manufacturers with Hydraulic Assets

It has been challenge for small industrial operations to envision how their organization can make a digital transformation.   With a factories, replete with legacy equipment that can be up to 50 years old in some instances, the case for connecting existing machinery to an Industrial IoT infrastructure to move data securely into the Cloud is often […]

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The Digital Factory: Seeing is Believing

The fact that manufacturing constitutes 20 percent of Singapore’s economy (by GDP) often comes as a surprise to visitors flying into this 277-square-mile tropical island for a vacation or to attend one of the many conferences and exhibitions that take place here. But indeed, drive a short distance away from the retail palaces on Orchard Road and […]

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Maersk Drilling to boost drilling efficiency through IIoT-Enabled solutions

ARC has been screaming from the mountain top for some time now that upstream oil & gas can be a large beneficiary of leveraging the benefits of IIoT-enabled solutions such as analytics, machine learning and enhanced communications. Operators, independent E&P firms, and industry stakeholders are desperate to seek solutions that will help reduce costs, increase […]

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Industrial IoT at Mobile World Congress 2017

Taking place in Barcelona this week (Feb 27 – March 2) is Mobile World Congress (MWC), the largest and most important event each year for the mobile telecoms industry. While the show may be primarily perceived as a marketing platform for mobile handset makers touting shiny new devices replete with sharper screens and yet more […]

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Lots of IIoT, Analytics and, Yes, Even Some Talk of Drones at ARC Forum

Having just come off the high of attending a record turnout at the 21st ARC Industry Forum I wanted to summarize some of the key highlights on IIoT and analytics that I saw (would be interested to learn what others’ takeaways were) in Orlando during the week of February 6th through 9th. There was just […]

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