Machinery & Industrial Equipment

Beyond the traditional factory, industries of all shapes and sizes employ machinery to deliver value to their customers. Automation and connectedness are the driving forces of innovation, as applications for the Industrial Internet of Things and machine intelligence take hold. Additionally, advances in fields such as optics, materials science and chemistry are adding new functions, improving the durability and lifetime of machines and allowing them to run on their own for longer periods of time with fewer external power requirements. At the same time, new technologies also challenge the longevity of existing equipment, creating crucial obsolescence management decisions and creating opportunities to leverage older equipment for new purposes.

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Open Innovation in Automotive: The Cadillac Paradox Article
21 February 2019

Open Innovation in Automotive: The Cadillac Paradox

In 2014, the automotive industry was abuzz with talk about Cadillac. For years, the brand had struggled with its identity: While baby boomers and senior citizens still saw...

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Smart Road Technologies Shaping the  Future of Transportation Sample Briefing
28 January 2019

Smart Road Technologies Shaping the Future of Transportation

Report Highlights: Key driving trends: Electrification Infrastructure Improvements Safety and Improved User Experience Renewable Energy Generation The different smart road technologies detailed: With large pushes toward electrification across...

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How AI is spreading across industries White Paper
12 April 2018

How AI is spreading across industries

Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the ability of computer systems to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence. AI, and one of its heavily researched subsets, machine learning, are both poised to radically transform a multitude of industries ranging from transportation to pharmaceuticals. According to Accenture, AI will double the annual economic growth rate in 12 developed economies (including the US) and boost labor productivity by up to 40 percent by 2035. In this white paper, we discuss how AI is redefining various industries.

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Energy Efficient Processing
Artificial Intelligence
Replacements for Batteries
Edge Analytics
Wear Resistant Coatings
Obsolescence Management
Industry 4.0 Technologies
Assembly Line Best Practices
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