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
The Internet of Things presents new challenges for ensuring security and integrity of applications, communications, data, devices and the user interfaces built to support them. Addressing these challenges is an engineering problem for which much expertise and technology is available to apply to the
Recalls due to safety issues continue to rise despite decades of evolving technology that has dramatically improved the performance and safety of automobiles. Discover how the auto industry can address safety problem resolution by maturing organizational and analytical initiatives.
Companies awash with data—the twenty-first century’s new natural resource—are eager to tap into the Internet of Things and analytics to gain valuable insight for well-informed decision making. Organizations seeking to improve decision-making for human resources, sales and marketing, supply chains
The "Automotive 2025: Industry without borders" study talks about new types of digital data that drivers will control, enabling them to transfer personal data, preferences and configurations between vehicles. 78 percent of the executives we interviewed expect that this will be available within a
Cars and trucks are readily joining the connected world faster than we can keep up with new features. The more capabilities brought into the marketplace, the more confusion there may be for consumers. The next innovation hurdle will be to flip the paradigm and free consumers by making vehicles self
The vehicle marketplace is no longer solely focused on vehicle features and performance. The next phase of unprecedented opportunity and innovation will come from vehicle data and the impact it will have on the entire value chain.