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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,

The manufacturing sector faces the challenge of production process as compared to the developing countries specially when consumers demand customized production in shorter time. In order to remain competitive, it needs to become autonomous, focus on cost reduction and minimize

Manufacturers on a small and large scale are facing the unique position of maintaining production while quickly adapting to new protocols and policies that promote the health and safety of employees on the operating floor. The demand for essential products

Today’s manufacturers must operate at breakneck speed to keep pace with ever-changing customer demands, market trends and global competitors in a rapidly evolving marketplace. Yet many traditional challenges, such as increasing costs, unplanned downtime, quality control (QC), evolving business requirements

Manufacturers today face a highly competitive environment with rising costs of materials and resources. The nominal price of steel, for example, has increased by 167% since the turn of the century while energy costs have climbed more than 2.5 times their prices in

Nearly every on-site employee in the U.S. is responsible for some sort of physical asset. It could be a set of keys, a uniform, a stack of documents, a laptop, a company car, even a piece of equipment worth more