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In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, efficient supply chain management has emerged as a decisive factor for businesses aiming to achieve unprecedented success. The era of digital transformation has not only disrupted traditional supply chain practices but also presented a

Almost everything in our homes has become a smart device, from refrigerators and thermostats to lights and televisions, with a U.S. household having 22 connected devices on average. But despite the rapid proliferation of devices, there are still security concerns. Nearly

The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) in business-to-consumer markets is driven by great minds and significant investments, harnessing simulated human reasoning for autonomous problem-solving. As AI gains momentum, it is crucial to separate technical milestones from promotional hype and focus

Costly machine maintenance, inefficiencies, and faulty products are some of the many issues plaguing the manufacturing industry. But thanks to a combination of human know-how and artificial intelligence (AI), data-driven technology, better known as industry 4.0, is reshaping the entire

In our extensive conversations with industry leaders across four continents, a recurring theme has emerged: the persistent challenge of internal resource constraints and overwhelming workloads in the realm of digital transformation. According to 2020 research by Gartner, 79% of organizations

Edge computing is not a new concept. When we look back at the history of manufacturing, even during Industry 1.0 and 2.0, decision-making and processes were happening at the edge. It was people at the edge who were making decisions,

In a recent announcement, Siemens unveiled their latest initiative, Industrial Operations X, which aims to revolutionize manufacturing operations through the convergence of IT and OT. This initiative is designed to enable faster decision-making, increased productivity, sustainability, and foster collaboration in

Manufacturing processes are becoming increasingly complex, with multiple components and subsystems that need to work together seamlessly for optimal efficiency. In this context, MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport), an open-source protocol originally designed for remote oil well use cases with

As industrial automation continues to advance, one organization is making waves in the industry with a unique approach to software and hardware integration. Universal Automation, a newly funded association, is focused on decoupling software from hardware in the industrial automation