Michael Ohman, Service Manager, Integration and Mobility Platform for Scania discusses connected trucks and the importance of social networking for drivers. Scania is using IBM MessageSight to extend their messaging infrastructure, improve driver communications, provide faster response time and
The latest standard, ISO 55000, is gaining wide acceptance in a variety of industries. Organizations that support ISO 55000 can use it to help manage assets to improve customer service, increase return on assets, enable greater compliance, boost asset performance and reduce risk.
This interactive infographic features client voices from Fingrid, Yarra Valley Water, DTE Energy, Consolidated Contractors Company, Scania, Swedish Match and GrowSafe Systems, Ltd. It includes their views on analytics and the Internet of Things while also diving deeper into their use of IBM
The Internet of Things is enabling cost-efficient implementation of condition-based maintenance for complex assets such as electric transformers or wheel bearings on rolling stock, for which maintenance costs are high and whose failure can create significant safety, environmental or economic risks.
In this video montage we hear what the Internet of Things means to Fingrid, Consolidated Contractors Company, Scania, Swedish Match, Yarra Valley Watter, DTE Energy and GrowSafe Systems Ltd. Can the Internet of Things mean "everything possible" to your company?
For many years, the FASB and the IASB have been working on a joint proposal to create global lease accounting standards. Within the next year, these new guidelines will be finalized—and companies will need to determine how much effort is necessary to adapt their current financial and corporate real
Both robotics equipment and the products produced by such equipment generate large volumes of data useful for ensuring optimal ongoing operation of production processes. Asset analytics for robotic equipment generates several benefits. IBM provides a market-leading analytics platform enabling
In practical terms, what does the fourth Industrial Revolution really mean to industrial manufacturers, and what is actually different now? Here are some examples of how the fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming the manufacturing and industrial landscape.
Data collection has rapidly moved beyond the walls of the enterprise data center. Insights for advanced business models and strategic operations are drawn from international sources that can be subject to a variety of privacy and governance regulations. What’s needed is a comprehensive, managed,
The simultaneous convergence of three major technological forces is ushering in what many people believe will be the fourth Industrial Revolution. Data with analytics, cloud computing and engagement are underpinning new degrees of automation and collaboration among people and machines and among the
Internet of Things continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Though beneficial for highly innovative applications, all that data broadens the potential for security exposures. Organizations with a vital stake in Internet of Things data need to take data security seriously.
Ranchers and farmers worldwide are being called upon to expand production of food from livestock and agriculture to meet the needs of a growing population. Discover how GrowSafe Systems using sustainability and deep analytics to intensify crop and livestock systems.
Many executives and strategic consulting firms deem risk management and uncertainty and improving business performance as high-priority objectives and challenges. Discover why many industries need to apply advanced evaluation and assessment of safety-related risk for personnel and processes to