Savvy businesses such as Uber are taking advantage of the Internet of Things to disrupt existing business models and create profit. How is Uber doing it and—more importantly—how can established organizations do the same?
This infographic gives a better understanding of the top five information sources that workers in operations, maintenance and engineering organizations in the automotive industry must analyze to make business decisions in real time.
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.
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
When assets fail, production continuity is disrupted and output reduced, affecting an operation’s profitability. An asset analytics solution takes a number of data sets related to operational data and generates a set of insights that include predicted failure modes, ranking for priority attention
Edward Nickolite, IT Manager at DTE Energy, discusses how IBM Maximo Asset Management is helping DTE Energy to transform from preventive maintenance to predictive maintenance. DTE Energy also uses IBM Maximo Asset Management for Transportation to manage their vehicle fleet by integrating telematics
Two years ago, everything was big data—nothing else mattered. And big data was and today still is the foundation for a successful business analytics strategy. Without data, you have no analytics. But with big data, you have the potential for great analytics. Why? Because big data is all types of
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
IBM is investing deeply in Spark in a wide range of long-term initiatives. Discover how IBM’s long history of joining powerful, innovative open-source projects allows it to create markets by contributing significant technological improvements and supporting business solutions.
Marcus Stenstrand, Grid Manager at Fingrid, the national electricity transmission company in Finland, is responsible for keeping the lights on. Learn more about the importance of having IBM Maximo Asset Management at the core of an integrated enterprise asset management solution and how Fingrid is
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 automakers, speed and safety are crucial factors in bringing products to market. This infographic gives an overview of how analytics can help achieve that goal. Learn how the Safety Transformation Program can help you finish first in safety.