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Karen Czachorowski, Digital/Data Product Manager, Aker BP, and Bill Hendricks, VP of Manufacturing, Cognite share their insights during the ARC Forum 2024 on the topic of Generative AI in Asset-Heavy Industries, in this case, in the process industry, focusing on

Manufacturing companies are increasingly turning to digital transformation technologies as a solution to the talent shortage they face. Below are listed just a few ways how they are using these technologies: 1. Talent Ecosystems and Workforce Development: By creating talent ecosystems,

In the rapidly evolving world of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), organizations face numerous challenges when it comes to managing and analyzing the vast amounts of data generated by their industrial processes. Data generated by instrumented industrial equipment is consistent, predictable,

Are factory floors the next hub for ​immersive experiences? In a world where 64% customers are more likely to recommend your brand if they have a great experience, shouldn’t that journey begin closer to the source? When we think of factory

Manufacturing processes consume a lot of energy, with chemicals, paper and pulp, metal, and food manufacturing being the most energy-intensive industries. Yet, more and more manufacturers are putting energy use optimization on their agendas for cost-saving and sustainability purposes. Moreover,

In the vibrant setting of Porto, we caught up with Francisco Almada, who shared insights into how Critical Manufacturing is steering the ship of digital transformation in the manufacturing industry. Digital transformation is at the heart of the industry's evolution, and

The manufacturing industry is facing a growing challenge: to reduce its environmental impact while maintaining productivity and profitability. Saving resources is not only a moral imperative but also a crucial factor for business success. We understand this, and our comprehensive product

Muda is the Japanese word for "wastefulness" and was initially popularized by Toyota as the main concept behind lean manufacturing. Muda refers to any activity that consumes resources without adding any value to the end product, including waste, overproduction, defects,

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