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The transportation sector is one of the finest profit-making sectors in today's world. Mainly, the import and export businesses are dependent on the transportation industry for the safe movement of the goods. All the 4 modes of transportation are inclining

Machine learning (ML) is becoming even more prevalent as manufacturers continue their journey towards Industry 4.0 and digitally transform their factories. It has the capacity to make production more efficient by increasing output while maintaining quality standards.  ML and industrial automation in manufacturing promises

The manufacturing sector is facing a myriad of challenges, but they all point in one direction – improving the bottom-line performance. Within the energy sector, one of the most important drivers is to increase operational efficiency. Asset management is key

The importance of data has changed over the years. Initially, data was just the “exhaust” from an organization’s On-Line Transactional Process (OLTP) systems. However as the volume, variety and velocity of the data grew over the past few years, the

What happens when technology advancements threaten to automate people’s jobs? That question is on the minds of many as research and development in artificial intelligence and machine learning rapidly advances. Recently ASU received a million dollar NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant to create

Global Industrial IoT Experts that gather for the largest Industrial IoT virtual event can now leverage a mobile app as part of their conference experience, to support their digital learning in the human aspects of effectiveness, thanks to a collaboration

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a complete re-evaluation of our physical spaces, including the workplace with smart buildings and smart factories.  Employees and consumers won’t set foot in facilities they don’t believe to be safe. Going forward, enterprises must take unprecedented measures for both safety and privacy.

Today, survival of the fittest is linked not to size or strength but to the ability to change — to move quickly, adapt, seize opportunities, and be agile. In addition, competition has never been higher in manufacturing, and with more

Smart buildings represent a significant portion of the Internet of Things (IoT) market. According to  Mordor Intelligence, the smart building market is expected to record a compound annual growth rate of over 23 percent over the period of 2019 – 2024.  Increasingly,