Submitted by Alan Earls on Mon, 06/08/2015 - 11:58
At a MIT Sloan CIO Symposium panel, Steven Rosenbush, Editor of CIO Journal at the Wall Street Journal, made it clear that while IoT is often given a consumer cast, his focus is squarely on business applications that help with challenges such as the automotive industry and improving petroleum recovery.
Marco Annunziata, the Chief Economic Director, Global Market Insights at General Electric, defies the stereotype of the boring economist. At GE’s Minds + Machines and in print, he digs deep to explain the economic benefits of the Industrial Internet for large and small businesses alike.
Busbar power distribution systems can provide increased flexibility, safety and ability to reduce overall design and integration costs when compared to “traditional” block-and-cable power distribution solutions.
Submitted by Ron Miller on Mon, 05/18/2015 - 17:12
A new report by McKinsey & Company predicts that by 2025 the fourth industrial age will be in full swing. What's interesting is that unlike earlier industrial leaps, it won't require a huge investment in new equipment to make the next great transition.
Security is rightly a concern when implementing IIoT technologies. At LiveWorx last week, Paul Roberts of The Security Ledger led a panel discussion on the growing security needed for sensitive medical devices.