Oil and Gas

By Chris O'Connor on October 18, 2018

There’s a new superhero in town: DATA, keeping your workers safe

Welcome to a new edition of our Get Connected series about worker safety. Today, we are going to discuss the most important aspect of your organization: your people and their ability to safely be dispatched to keep the assets in your environment running. With 178 work related accidents every 15 seconds, and 374 million non-fatal injuries […]

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By Yacellys Cabrera on May 30, 2018

Genius of Things Houston: through the eyes of our business partners

The IBM Genius of Things (GoT) Houston event held on May 8th was an intimate event focused on the Oil and Gas Industry. The day involved IBM, business partners, and client-led sessions. Each presenter spoke in-depth about the power of digital transformation enabled by IoT, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. While enjoying this wonderfully […]

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A leader in IoT platforms

IDC MarketSpace names Watson IoT among leaders of IoT platforms


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By Laura Langendorf on October 18, 2018

Nine “genius” moments with the oil and gas industry in Houston

Welcome to a new edition of our Get Connected series about worker safety. Today, we are going to discuss the most important aspect of your organization: your people and their ability to safely be dispatched to keep the assets in your environment running. With 178 work related accidents every 15 seconds, and 374 million non-fatal injuries […]

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By Matt Alexander on June 23, 2017

Achieving EAM excellence in Oil and Gas

Oil and gas companies are facing major changes due to an era of lower oil and gas prices. Energy companies are increasing their investments in analytics, mobile, and Internet of Things capabilities. These investments will help them to reduce costs, improve operations and be more secure. The companies are connecting their processes, people and their […]

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By Chris O'Connor on June 23, 2016

Improving worker safety with wearables

According to the International Labor Organization every 15 seconds, 151 workers have a work-related accident. The global number of non-fatal occupational accidents reaches a staggering 317 million, annually. Even more concerning, 321,000 people die each year from occupational accidents. Work accidents remain a huge, cross-industry problem, despite safety regulations and procedures. Even a non-fatal injury can have a […]

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