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An investment in industrial IoT can power hyperautomation Industrial organizations have embraced automation to improve operational

In the face of COVID-19, Human Resources departments have been met with the biggest workforce

What should IoT 2.0 look like? The phrase data rich and information poor (DRIP) was first

Smart manufacturing


For most manufacturers, downtime is the single largest source of lost production time. Although some may acknowledge this, the cost and extent of manufacturing downtimes

Many manufacturers have faced more change in the last five years than in the previous 20. Increased complexity, competition and a changing environment is putting


The sudden global onset of COVID-19 has had disastrous consequences, both personal and economic. Much media attention has been focused on shortages of key products,


Industry 4.0 is unleashing a variety of technology (such as the Industrial Internet of Things, the cloud, edge computing, and digital twins) that is spurring

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Solutions like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are doing what engineers have

The ABB Virtual Roundtable, “Critical Digital Solutions to Support a Sustainable Energy Transition,” addressed how technologies are evolving and what

In a recent Virtual Roundtable from ABB, “Critical Digital Solutions to Support a Sustainable Energy Transition,” industry experts discussed how

Smart Cities, Buildings & Infrastructure

As the world begins to make the pivotal shift to renewable energy, solar and wind solutions dominate the industry. Yet

A few years ago, we used to navigate for one week during the Hannover Messe long hallways, trying to catch

QBE North America is launching today the QBE AcceliCITY Resilience Challenge with non-profit organization Leading Cities for the third consecutive

Does the Internet of Things (IoT) provide a Silver Bullet for a Smart Industrial Environment?

Cybersecurity & ICS


An Executive Order (EO) issued by a U.S. President is usually a pretty straightforward document.


Current strategies of scanning for and patching vulnerabilities in software leave a huge and highly-exploitable


For factories and manufacturers, the need for cybersecurity is urgent. This is due to the

“If your ‘Net decisions’ aren’t disrupting the norm, breaking rules and surprising people, waste no more time and expend no more energy. Start being disruptive and accelerate your success” (P. Prestino)

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