Some economists and philosophers tell us that we are already in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution. But what does that mean for companies operating in a time of change and upheaval? Join us for a look at how operations executives are prioritizing technological change.
As we gather signals from the farthest corners of the universe, this task is creating terabytes of data each day. And what we learn from analyzing these signals and patterns could apply to more than just outer space; various industries may find important uses for this knowledge.
Technology and data have been essential drivers of mining for millennia. But what happens when the next frontier is a largely unknown one? With as much as $100 trillion in mineral assets to be found in near-Earth space, the stakes have never been higher.
Data reservoirs are useful tools that can help organizations create new products and services, increase customer service and efficiency, and reduce waste and fraud. But what is a data reservoir and how do you create it?
How can the Internet of Things benefit industries and endeavors of all kinds? Here are some of the ways: bicycle racing, consumer appliances, drought relief...the list is long and still growing. Discover even more uses and see how the IoT's effects are reverberating across businesses and changing
With a growing number of long-time employees retiring, the “brain drain” of facilities management knowledge has become a critical concern for many businesses. An integrated workplace management system not only helps organizations keep this vital information, but offers real business benefits to the
Today we hear from seven companies, all of which consistently tell us that analytics and Internet of Things solutions from IBM are not only providing them with insights, but also offering them the ability to predict things in their maintenance plans that can help them avoid downtime.
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.
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.
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