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The manufacturing industry has been adopting next-gen technologies such as AI (artificial intelligence), advanced data analytics, predictive maintenance, automation, robotics, and more for improved productivity and enhanced safety on factory floors. Cutting-edge technologies can hold the key to optimizing uptime

Smart buildings are not exactly a new concept. Architects and developers have been installing separate systems to control lighting, heating and ventilation (HVAC) for decades. Later systems have helped building managers control access to different areas of a site, mitigate

This report from Uniper take a comprehensive look at India’s new energy future, including the Indian “trilemma”, which includes 1) The impact of Covid-19 on energy demand, 2) Reimagining coal in the new energy landscape and 3) Coal’s role in

In the energy sector, it is not uncommon for large capital projects to significantly exceed budget and experience extensive delays. ABB Adaptive Execution addresses major inefficiencies that result in cost and schedule overruns. It enables greater visibility across all layers

An Executive Order from US President Donald Trump in May this year overhauled the backbone of the nation’s electricity infrastructure, highlighting gaps and vulnerabilities in the operations of power systems and bulk power equipment, to attacks by hackers, terrorists and

Track Sponsored by and This track, originally presented at IIoT World Days on June 30, 2020, includes 3 presentations from energy industry leaders: Improving Customer Engagement through Innovative Utility Marketplaces Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Wizardry: How to Overcome Technical Road

The energy industry is entering a new era, triggered by the relentless rise of renewables, electric cars and smart grids. And like previous industrial revolutions, technology – and the willingness to embrace it – will determine the winners and losers. Over

Applying electricity to transportation is nothing new. In fact, the first electric vehicle (EV) debuted in the United States in 1889 and by the early 1900s, EVs accounted for about a third of all vehicles on the road in the U.S. 

eSmart Systems wanted to put big data and IoT technologies to work for its energy customers to optimize their investments and enable next-generation operational performance. With industry changes such as smart meter and renewable energy adoption, utilities companies needed to

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