Mining is making strides in the implementation of digital data-driven systems and processes. PACE talks to Endress+Hauser’s global mining and metals industry manager, Andrew Reese, about how mining is managing its move into the world of the Industrial Internet of Things. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is transforming industries across the world. The mining … Continue reading Mining and the Industrial Internet of Things
The benefits of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are becoming well known: enhanced productivity, increased efficiency (including energy efficiency), faster decision-making, greater asset and supply chain visibility, decreased downtime. And more and more companies are looking to take the advantage by implementing advanced data-driven solutions. But not every company is in a position to … Continue reading Three challenges of IIoT implementation
PACE catches up with Craig Segers and David Turner from Rockwell Automation at the company’s recent TechEd on the Gold Coast to talk about the challenges that face the oil and gas sector in carrying out digital transformations. With operations spanning multiple and often remote regions, with heavy capital investment and vast supply chains, the … Continue reading Digitising oil and gas
Written by Bob Murphy, SVP, Connected Enterprises Consulting at Rockwell Automation. Digital transformation has the potential to address many of the challenges facing the manufacturing industry today. A study conducted by LNS Research on the current state of industrial transformation revealed that 28 per cent of companies embarking on industrial transformation programmes are actively reaping … Continue reading Is your digital transformation programme supporting your operations and enterprise goals?
Many companies are increasing investments in data centres located both domestically and abroad, to ensure they are ready for the next generation of cloud services. They need the right infrastructure in place to ensure a rapid and seamless transmission of data, voice and video to an increasing number of users.
Nokia has created a customised ‘digital assistant’ to increase work efficiency by providing engineers faster access to critical information.
Oracle Australia has announced that it will create 200 new jobs as part of its support for cloud technologies.
Infor has announced that Koch Equity Development (KED) has agreed to make an investment of more than $2 billion in the company.
Toshiba continues to build on its commitment to promoting the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data analysis with development of a Time Domain Neural Network (TDNN) that uses a low power consumption neuromorphic semiconductor circuit to perform processing for Deep Learning.
What will it take to ‘kill’ analogue systems off once and for all?
Futek has announced the IDA100 Digitally Configurable Strain Gauge Amplifier, which provides both analog and digital output via USB.
Schaeffler has signed a multi-year strategic partnership agreement with IBM to accelerate the digital transformation of its entire operations and customer solutions. This will be achieved with the insight of IBM Watson’s IoT platform.
According to new research from Chatham House, the next big cyber attack could be on space – and the consequences could be disastrous.
Hitachi has released a report examining how organisations are thinking about digital transformation, how advanced they are in their adoption, what approaches they are taking and the outcomes they are seeing so far.
Australia’s 2016 global rankings in network readiness, internet speed and download speed show that the nation is lagging behind in internet quality.
Australia’s digital competitiveness has slipped two places, according to an annual report released by the World Economic Forum.
RS Components has boosted its video-surveillance portfolio with the new ABUS Analogue HD range.
According to Adrian De Luca, chief technology officer of Hitachi Data Systems Asia Pacific, enterprises will experience major digital transformation next year as they strive to improve a host of key tech and non-tech functions.
If we take a look back at each major technology shift that has transformed the manufacturing industry, the identification and harnessing of a new type of utility is at the core.