In the fourth industrial revolution — or Industry 4.0 — data is the new electricity. Before we can truly begin to revolutionise industry, more businesses need to have the means of capturing, storing and analysing their industrial process and operations data.
Most manufacturers have started taking steps to reduce energy demand by investing in energy efficient technologies and metering systems. However, these technologies are only as useful as they are monitored and managed, which can be difficult for larger businesses.
Data is vital in modern industrial operations. However, many businesses often deploy data collection and analytics systems in a way
Industrial PCs are often used in harsh environments, whether in process industries or in outdoor environments exposed to direct sunlight.
Connecting systems and processes gives companies a broader visibility of business-wide operations. However, as data moves into the cloud, one of the primary concerns is security.
The oil and gas industry is perhaps one of the most important to the global economy, with the combined economic value of upstream oil and gas sectors accounting for at least an estimated five per cent of the entire global economy.
Augmented reality (AR) has a long relationship with the industrial sector. In fact, one of the first applications of the