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In a recent conversation, I had the privilege to speak with Teresa Carreiro, Co-Founder and Head of Business Subscription at Critical Manufacturing. Our discussion centered around their groundbreaking MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) and Industry 4.0 subscription model. Critical Manufacturing's subscription model

In the era of rapid technological evolution, Industry 4.0 emerges as a beacon of innovation, reshaping the very foundations of industries worldwide. This paradigm shift, characterized by the fusion of digital, physical, and biological realms, is not just a revolution

In today's rapidly evolving industrial landscape, connectivity is the key to unlocking efficiency and productivity. Industrial devices, such as those used in factories and energy management systems, generate vast amounts of data that can provide valuable insights for optimizing operations.

Raven, a leading provider of data contextualization software for frontline operations, announced the successful completion of its Series A funding round, raising $12 million USD ($16M CAD) in equity financing. The round was led by Momenta Ventures and Chartline Capital

Industry 4.0 adopters in factories around the world recognize that industrial data is gold. More users and systems want access to this data in real time to convert it into valuable information they can act on to predict machine failure,

Industry 4.0 is ushering in a sustainable era leveraging digitization, artificial intelligence (AI), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and similar technologies. Sustainability is undoubtedly the way forward for a better future and a greener planet. But, can we achieve

1. In one of your blogs published last year, you mentioned that "it's time for universal automation." What is holding us back? What is universal automation? It is basically the transposition of what happens in the IT industry or the smartphone

You’ve automated your operations. You’ve identified key data points. All the pieces and parts are in place to give you the insight you need into your building’s performance. Then along comes Industry 4.0, the Industrial Metaverse. Is this a fad or a

A reflection on the complex standardization process from a fresh perspective Open standards bring many benefits to the industrial community, mainly reducing friction in multiple areas and increasing the overall safety. Moreover, standards are expected to bring broader efficiency and lower