The Cost Reducing & Quality Enhancing Realities of AR/VR In Automotive Manufacturing
With AR and VR technologies growing at a rapid pace and revolutionizing the modern age, it stands to reason why auto manufacturers have become one of the largest investors. Since first introduced back in the 1990s, AR and VR have
Digital Twins: what are they and how they can help you
The concept of digital twins has been around since the 1970s, but more recently we’ve started to see rapid adoption of the technology in a number of scenarios. With organizations in energy, transport, manufacturing, medicine and others creating digital twins
Good Data Drives Cloud Computing In Manufacturing
Cloud adoption has risen rapidly over the past 10 years, with 92% of enterprise business strategies now relying on the cloud, according to an IDG survey. The manufacturing industry, in particular, is almost as high at 87%. However, most cloud
Data Analytics solutions for manufacturing
Today the Cloud represents the fruition model that makes Information Technology increasingly ready to respond to rapid changes in the context. Organizations are increasingly “data-driven”, and Data Analytics, a set of quantitative and qualitative approaches to obtain “valuable insights” from data,
When Industrial Protocol Translation Goes Wrong
A recent research paper delves into the vital role of protocol translation in industrial facilities by looking at the protocol gateway. It is a small device that translates the different protocols used by machinery, sensors, actuators, and computers that operate
3D Digital Twins, IoT, and the Future of Decarbonization
The Department of Energy reports that businesses, federal, state, and local governments own, operate, and use 93 billion square feet of U.S. real estate and account for 18 percent of U.S. primary energy use—more than all of Canada's energy consumption.
Is data transmission the new fuel?
Virtually every vehicle that is put out into the market is equipped with almost a hundred ECUs, millions of lines of code, and a slew of technical capabilities. These innovations are making cars around the world more secure and drastically
Three main risks that prevent companies from adopting IIoT solutions
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has brought a lot of benefits and disruptive innovations. Despite this, there are 3 main IIoT project risks that prevent companies from adopting IIoT solutions: IIoT security; lack of open standards; integrating legacy M2M/OT
How AI Drives Sustainability In The Manufacturing Industry?
It starts to become clearer and clearer the connection between artificial intelligence and sustainability. AI is on its way to help the world become more sustainable and that is no different for the manufacturing industry. Necessarily, the road implies addressing
Heavy machines need heavy-duty maintenance schedules
It’s time to plan around unplanned downtime. From mine sites in Siberia to sugarcane plantations in central Uganda, worksites rely on heavy machines to be the workhorses that drive productivity. For the most part, the machines work well. But there’s a lot
Top December 2021 Industrial IoT & ICS Cybersecurity Events
‘Tis the holiday season! ‘Tis the events season! December may be the last month of the year, but it’s definitely not the last when it comes to not-to-miss world-shifting events. Below is the list – and timeline – of major events that
The 3 Best Use Cases of IoT in Manufacturing
The Internet of things has been highly beneficial in the manufacturing industry. IoT enables manufacturers to scale up equipment capable of noticing and servicing, allowing the industries to estimate correctly how the equipment is being used. But which are the