A framework has been published showing how blockchain technology can be used to enhance the security, privacy and manageability of IoT devices and networks.
One of the biggest constraints for onshore productivity in oil and gas is pipeline corrosion, estimated to cost £1.5tn globally. Now, the application of digital sensors is helping to significantly reduce the cost of monitoring the deterioration of metal, and the risk of catastrophic and costly failures.
Microsoft and Tenova (Techint Group) have launched an integrated system based on advanced technologies in an effort to help iron and steel manufacturers boost performance, competitiveness and data-enabled insights.
Consumers, analysts, and product development companies agree: the Internet of Things is not only the future of the products that will shape our world – in many ways, it’s already here.
GE Ventures has launched Avitas Systems, a new data-driven company using predictive data analytics, advanced robotics and artificial intelligence to deliver a step change in routine inspections.
Multinational engineering giant, Bosch has announced the building a new wafer fab in Dresden, Germany, as part of its commitment to investing in Internet of Things (IoT) technology.
A study by global technology giant, Intel, has revealed that the growth trend surrounding autonomous driving will create a passenger economy worth some US$7tn by 2050.
Manufacturing has a great deal to gain from increased connectivity and the data such an ecosystem produces, but what are the risks regarding data ownership and security? The Manufactuer explores the issue.
The century old linear model of electrification is being challenged and tested thanks to the far-reaching digital transformation redefining the rules of power and utilities.
Jonny Williamson rounds up all the second day’s key takeaways from the side-lines of one of the world’s largest Industrial Internet events – Mind + Machines Europe 2017, hosted by GE in Berlin this week.