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City Solution of the Year Pharem Biotech to Receive $100,000 The 2021 QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge, hosted by Leading Cities in partnership with QBE North America, concluded today with the City Solution of the Year awarded to Pharem Biotech, an innovative

Visualize, Interpret, Anticipate…then ACT Visualization Misjudged as Interpretation Like most intelligent buildings and supply chains, there are challenges with disjoints between existing systems, Internet of Things (IoT)-related smart assets and other human-collected data. Efforts to improve logistical efficiency and effectiveness as well

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is like the advent of the Internet all over again. From the perspec- tive of new business models and process transformation, IoT applications are perhaps even greater than what the Information Superhighway

The Industrial IoT is helping original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and machine builders gain full transparency of their machines and operations, on a local and global scale. With this capability, these organizations are beginning to implement digital business models that create

Success is often defined as the achievement of a worthy goal. In today’s engineering and manufacturing landscape, Industry 4.0, digital twin, and smart factory projects are both worthy and visionary goals. So how do you make sure your Industry 4.0

Due to the real potential to help companies gain a competitive advantage, the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) continues to generate a lot of interest. But all the hype has inevitably led to some misconceptions, which remain significant barriers to

The possibilities brought forth by 5G are extensive and increasingly make possible a world where the only limitation is imagination and not technology. Below are a few business use case applications for you to consider. 5G Applications and Business Use Cases: • Immersion

Use the industrial IoT to prepare for disruptions Disruptions can be entirely unpredictable, leaving manufacturers and their supply chain at risk – resources may become sparse, teams may be unable to work, or operations may not be safe to resume. Moving

The automotive industry is seeing increasing demands to offer connectivity solutions to consumers. Digitalization and connectivity have been top priorities for automotive executives for the last several years. In fact, connected car market size is projected to grow to US$