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An interview with John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo, focused on how 3D digital twins and IIoT technologies are being used to decarbonize buildings. As governments around the world work on efforts to positively affect the negative impacts of climate change, the

UrsaLeo CEO John Burton to showcase 3D digital twin technology and management at the Active Building Centre’s COP26 fringe event taking place at its Gloucestershire research facility on October 21st, 2021.  UrsaLeo, a venture funded San Francisco-based startup, today announced a

IoT has dominated the technology discussion in recent years, inspiring the imagination of the media, politics and the economy. While there was a lot of talk of possibilities and use case scenarios during this time, many companies are still struggling

Flogistix is an oil and gas technology company that utilizes an engineered approach to help customers with their wellhead compression, vapor recovery, and gas lift needs. With more than 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Flogistix

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is quickly transforming the way we collect, analyze, and act on data from pieces of equipment and facilities across multiple industries.  Data collection data from machinery and the environment they exist in continues to evolve

Listen to the PLM Quick 30 podcast to hear first-hand uncover the three pillars necessary to bring a simulated digital twin to reality as part of digital transformation. Below are some excerpts from the conversation between Ansys expert, Craig Miller, PhD, and Patrick

Now that technology has matured to a point where companies can implement a digital twin strategy that is cost-effective, it is a game-changer for manufacturers. In fact, 75% of organizations implementing IoT already use them or plan to within a year. What

UrsaLeo just announced the availability of four new demo models showcasing their 3D photorealistic digital twin capabilities. The stunning photorealistic visualizations allow anyone to test out the use of digital twin technology with the purchase of affordable sensors through Mouser.com

Equinor’s LNG facility on Norway’s Melkøya Island cools natural gas from the Barents Sea to minus 160 degrees Celsius, fills it into special tanks, and delivers it to ports around the world. To do this work, it particularly also uses