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Top Takeaways from IoT World 2019
The total number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is expected to hit 10 billion by 2020. With this explosion of growth also comes an uptick in the conversations around how to use these devices and the data they generate to improve our businesses ...
Data Integration is still the biggest hindrance to Industry 4.0
Manufacturing plant operators have been working for years on data integration infrastructure in the ...
IBM joins GMIS Mission to change the future of manufacturing
We are delighted to announce that IBM has joined the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation ...
Why celebrate World IoT Day? We can start with Industry 4.0
Today is World IoT Day. Established in 2010 by the IoT Council, it’s an open invitation for the Internet of Things (IoT) community to recognize and celebrate the power that IoT has to transform our communities, our businesses and our lives. And ...
The Daily Think: Wednesday Edition
Welcome to Wednesday’s edition of The Daily Think. It’s your bite-sized list of the “must-see, must-do” at this week’s Think, the flagship IBM conference to help you digitize and secure your enterprise. We’re well into the swings...
Cheat sheet: What is Intelligent Visual Inspection?
Welcome to this installment of the IBM cheat sheet series: your jargon-busting, straight-talking guide to IoT technologies. Today, we shine a little light on the concept of Intelligent Visual Inspection, and, in particular, the IBM Maximo PQI –...
Why quality is the obstacle to mass adoption of 3D printing
Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a hot topic. Although the technology was invented in the 1980s, only now is it getting industry traction. In fact, in 2017 Gartner’s famous hype cycle predicted that additive ...
How smart manufacturers bring Industry 4.0 principles to quality
Quality matters. Many manufacturers will tell you that poor quality affects both the top and bottom ...
Is Industry 4.0 really the manufacturing savior it claims to be?
Manufacturers are under pressure. They need to do more with less which often means finding ways they...
What does a cement plant of the future look like? (Part 2)
In the first part of this two-part series, we explored what defines a cognitive manufacturing plant. This blog will look at a specific use case -a cement manufacturer – to get a sense of exactly how this would work. Cement-making requires ...
What does a manufacturing plant of the future look like? (Part 1)
Technology is moving at a rapid pace and your options are to transform with it or fall behind. This ...
Manufacturing is about to cross the physical-digital divide
If you’re curious about what the future of manufacturing holds for years to come, you won’t necessarily find it by touring an assembly line or a cutting-edge chip fab. Nor would you appreciate its potential by sitting down in a new car or ...
What is the Internet of Things?
by Jen Clark
The top 5 industrial IoT use cases
by Phillip Tracy
Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?
by Matthew Mikell