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Solutions like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are doing what engineers have always aimed for – delivering improved ways to do things cost-effectively. They are tools to help people work more efficiently

The ABB Virtual Roundtable, “Critical Digital Solutions to Support a Sustainable Energy Transition,” addressed how technologies are evolving and what digital solutions will be the most crucial in this transition. These are some of the questions that weren’t addressed during

In a recent Virtual Roundtable from ABB, “Critical Digital Solutions to Support a Sustainable Energy Transition,” industry experts discussed how digital innovation and technology are key to a successful and effective energy transition. These are some of the questions that

One of the fundamental qualifications for digital transformation is the connectivity of devices and assets such as controllers, machines, products and even the operators along the entire value chain. Industries are building networks of seamlessly connected digital systems, and controlling

Located in Flintshire, North Wales, Connah’s Quay rests on the south bank of the River Dee. The current gas-fired power station was commissioned in 1996, although electricity generation activities have been operated on the land as far back as 1954,

The manufacturing industry has been adopting next-gen technologies such as AI (artificial intelligence), advanced data analytics, predictive maintenance, automation, robotics, and more for improved productivity and enhanced safety on factory floors. Cutting-edge technologies can hold the key to optimizing uptime

Smart buildings are not exactly a new concept. Architects and developers have been installing separate systems to control lighting, heating and ventilation (HVAC) for decades. Later systems have helped building managers control access to different areas of a site, mitigate

This report from Uniper take a comprehensive look at India’s new energy future, including the Indian “trilemma”, which includes 1) The impact of Covid-19 on energy demand, 2) Reimagining coal in the new energy landscape and 3) Coal’s role in