A recent panel explored where automated manufacturing had already worked out. The speakers referred to real-life examples in healthcare, oil and gas, locomotive, and other industries—outlining the challenges on the road and tips at hand.
Every day, thousands of locomotive parts are moved from a warehouse to assembly lines at GE’s facility in Fort Worth, TX. With RFID tags and Predix, GE has optimized the flow and tracking of 400+ carts that transport materials.
Connected machinery and data analytics are accelerating the digital transformation of the industrial sector. Meanwhile, the oil and gas industry embraces IoT-based approaches to improve field exploration and production.
The Internet of Things is transforming supply chain management, operations, and even traditional products in many industries. However, IoT solutions can be not only part of a success story but also part of a tremendous fail and risk.
An engineering team at San Francisco State University developed an automated, smart watering meter that not only made a big difference on campus, but may have implications for all of California and the rest of the world.
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