The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted cities and communities worldwide. From the loss of lives and interruption of essential day-to-day services, to disruption of the global economy, no one person, organization, or country is spared. Cities have borne the initial burden
Whether in the office or at manufacturing sites and other production facilities, the health and safety of workers dictate the success of daily operations. In today’s environment, unforeseen health and safety hazards pop up at a moment’s notice. For industrial companies, equipping your factory or manufacturing operations with the tools necessary to remotely monitor and control assets is crucial to
Emerging trends to look for in a post-COVID world will be more reliable and resilient supply chains – not just more cost-effective ones. Supply chain regionalization also brings the acceleration of end-to-end value chain digitalization, enabling low-cost, flexible operations. Finally,
“During the COVID-19 crisis, governments and companies are having to make difficult choices, balancing people’s safety with economic livelihood. ABB is committed to supporting both: protect people, while helping businesses to stay operational during these challenging times,” said Peter Terwiesch,
The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating and disruptive impact on cities and communities worldwide. From the loss of lives, interruption of essential day-to-day services, to disruption of the global economy, no one person, organization or country is spared.