Connected Industry


The average amount of capital raised by IoT startups in 2022 reached the highest point


Data lakes are becoming increasingly popular as companies accumulate vast amounts of data, both structured


From the Utility Analytics Summit in Kansas City, MO, to Hannover Messe in Germany, and

Smart Manufacturing


The promise of Industry 4.0 has many manufacturing leaders thinking big. They envision a future in which real-time access to data opens the door to


Industry 4.0 adopters in factories around the world recognize that industrial data is gold. More users and systems want access to this data in real


The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the network of physical devices, vehicles, buildings, and other objects that are embedded with sensors, software, and connectivity,


Manufacturing companies always focus on downtime to improve processes and increase efficiency in a facility. There are many different categories of downtime, including downtime from

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The energy sector still grapples with challenges of legacy infrastructure and vendor lock-in, even in the era of Utility 4.0.


With rising temperatures and increasingly drier conditions in many parts of the world, fires are starting and spreading more easily


Global climate targets might seem almost impossibly ambitious – but with the right technologies, community engagement and strong partnerships, we

Smart Cities, Buildings & Infrastructure


Since the beginning of human settlement, our cities have served as epicenters of cultural and economic growth. The structure and


Onstage during the Smart City Expo Miami, South Florida’s premier smart cities conference, Michael Lake, President and CEO of Leading


City Solution of the Year Automedi to Receive $100,000 The 2022 QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge, hosted by Leading Cities in partnership


One of my mentors had a saying, “Remember, everything works in a beaker, Gregory.”  The first time he told me

Cybersecurity & ICS


In today's digital age, critical infrastructure industries rely heavily on operational technology (OT) and industrial


Network segmentation offers many benefits for businesses. Segmentation improves security by preventing attacks from spreading


A good portion of existing operational technology (OT) networks were originally built during the air

“If your ‘Net decisions’ aren’t disrupting the norm, breaking rules and surprising people, waste no more time and expend no more energy. Start being disruptive and accelerate your success” (P. Prestino)

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