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When IoT Meets Mining
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Sean Dessureault, President, MISOM Technologies

Mining is on the verge of the next technological revolution, driven largely by data, technologies being developed for consumers, and this time, it will be accessible to mines of any size. Some might agree the “modern” age of...

Robotics in Business Automation: Lights-Out Manufacturing
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Robots are upgraded regularly; the most precise robots that are used today have a repeatability of +/-0.02mm. Evolution of highly automated processes has been years in the manufacturing sectors. Robots have become the symbolic representation of...

Predictive Analytics: Enhancing Inventory Management and Demand Forecasting
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Enterprises, particularly manufacturers, are facing difficulties in overseeing inventory effectively since, with globalization, the inventory supply chain has turned out to be substantially more unpredictable. Materials are imported from all over...

Simplify Supply Chain with Technology
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Stuart Scott, EVP and CIO, J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. [NASDAQ: JBHT]

Internet of Things (IoT) for Logistics and Supply Chain Industry According to research and advisory firm Gartner, five billion devices are connected to the internet today. By the year 2020, that number is projected to grow to twenty billion....

Industry 4.0
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Venkat Nandikolla, Global Head of Manufacturing, Mindtree

1. What are the Benefits of Cloud Computing for the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Industry, and how has your Company Embraced it? In this era of Industry 4.0, the need for higher efficiencies both on the shop floor & in the enterprise,...

Are Location Intelligence and Big Data Empowering the World?
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Today, the number of smartphones in use has increased the number of sensors that are in play. From accelerometers to GPS sensors to proximity detectors, smartphones are loaded with various sensors that automate different functionalities. Owing to...

Implementing IIoT in Field Services
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The traditional field service model involves technicians following man-made work orders where systems and equipment that require servicing or repairs need to be diagnosed first. Technicians need to travel to the customer’s location to make a...

How Internet of Things (IoT) will Rewire Supply Chains
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Chad Lindbloom, CIO, C.H. Robinson

Today’s global supply chains span multiple geographies and disciplines, including production, customer service, marketing, sales, and finance. This is necessary in order to deliver the market agility and standards of service that customers...

Internet of Things and Big Data: Old is New and New is Old
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Shane Fazzio, Director Product Management-IoT Platforms & Analytics, Honeywell [NYSE:HON]

Surely by now we’ve all heard the news: Internet of Things and Big Data are the future. Gartner predicts 20 billion IoT devices and $3 trillion in IoT endpoint spending by 2020. Big data is expected to generate over $200 billion in spending...

Time to Reach for the Clouds
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Mike Ruchensky, VP & CIO, Swift Transportation [NYSE:SWFT]

Today’s fleet managers—and their drivers—face heightened responsibilities in an increasingly competitive transportation industry. Budget pressures and regulatory uncertainty can put the squeeze on fleets, coupled with the fact we...

Transforming Training with Augmented Reality
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Paul Ryznar, President and Founder, OPS Solutions

Augmented reality-based systems and technologies are designed to provide manufacturing professionals with interactive and intuitive hands-on real-time guidance. Unlike traditional paper or monitor-based work instructions, augmented reality is...

Augmentation Innovation
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Paul Ryznar, Founder & President, Light Guide Systems

Since Henry Ford’s first assembly line started rolling in December of 1913, the world of manufacturing has been consistently finding new ways to leverage that game-changing innovation by become more efficient and more productive....

New Tools, Technologies And Capabilities Always Help To Mature
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Archana Deskus, Chief Information Officer, Baker Hughes

New Technology Trends Shaping Industry Mobile technology and cloud services are challenging our traditional thinking on how we operate our businesses on a global basis. The rapid growth and adoption of mobile devices with seamless connectivity,...

Leveraging Big Data to Keep Big Trucks Up and Running
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Terry Kline, SVP & CIO, Navistar

Navistar International Corporation traces its roots back to 1831 and Cyrus McCormick’s invention of the mechanical reaper. Known as International Harvester through most of the 1900s, today Navistar manufactures International brand heavy-duty...

ICURO: Bringing Autonomous Manufacturing Closer to Reality with Hardware Innovation
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Bipin Thomas, President

ICURO, a Silicon valley-based autonomous systems company has brought a significant breakthrough in the manufacturing industry with combined hardware-software accelerators and sensors for AI business outcomes

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