Ectobox, Inc., a custom software development firm specialising in the manufacturing industry, announced the launch of its Internet of Things (IoT) Business Transformation Plan for manufacturers.
Until recently, technology vendors and the companies that buy their wares have focused largely on what the technology does – what features it has, the capabilities it can offer. But it’s no longer about what technology can do, it’s about what it can enable, says Tony Kontzer, a business and technology writer.
Italtel, a telecommunications company in IT system integration, managed services, Network Functions Virtualisation and Internet of Things solutions,and Rold Elettrotecnica, a household appliances component supplier, announced their co-operation in the field of Industry 4.0.
You can always count on change as a constant in the Internet of Things (IoT). Here, David Grammer, PTC UK’s senior vice-president, describes five product trends we should keep an eye out for. The way that manufacturers manage information throughout the product lifecycle has changed significantly in the past few years.
As industrial automation continues to digitse, one area in particular is becoming a critical area of concern– unplanned downtime. The shift to outcome-based business models, IoT sensors on connected equipment, and of course, the pervasive and increasing reliance on machines, are all adding to the pressure to avoid outages. Mitigating downtime is a critical, strategic priority in the [...]
So-called “smart cities” have less pollution, safer streets, and better quality of life for citizens. But many finance officers struggle to fund the upgrades that will make their cities smart. To help, Cisco introduced the City Infrastructure Financing Acceleration Program.
A new research report called Bright Future from lighting solutions expert Zumtobel Group Services (ZGS), has identified billions of pounds in savings that UK retailers could be making from digital transformation of their lighting systems through to 2025.
Ericsson launched its Dynamic Orchestration solution to facilitate the rapid introduction and closed-loop automation of services across physical and virtual networks, signifying a strategic move forward in the company’s ambition to lead IT transformation services for its customers.
The outcome economy is based on the outcomes, the results of products or services that are marketed to customers, rather than that of their face value. It represents a significant shift from competing through selling products and services, to competing on the delivery of measurable results that are important to the customer.
In my opening remarks at the Product Innovation Conference in Berlin, I talked about a famous Berliner, Bertolt Brecht. You might wonder what does the influential poet, playwright, and theatre director has to do with engineering, innovation and digital transformation?
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