predictive maintenance

By Chris O'Connor on September 6, 2017

Army Re-Ups with IBM for logistics, savings and vehicle health

When the government saves money, we all win. Over the last four years, the U.S. Army has avoided about $15 million per year in operational costs by paying only for the cloud services it actually consumes. Working with IBM since September of 2012, this partnership has enabled the Army to create significant operational efficiencies across its […]

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By Greg Milwid on September 1, 2017

Optimize equipment reliability by listening to your data

The world is more connected than ever before. Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, manufacturers are collecting large amounts of data from their machines but do not know how to optimize it. It’s as if their machines are speaking on mute. They have so much to say but we simply cannot hear them. To help […]

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By Sarah Dudley on June 14, 2017

Top market pressures driving manufacturers to the IoT

There are pressures in every industry to move towards new technologies that enable increased efficiency and cost savings. It is no different in manufacturing. Manufacturers are historically risk-averse, which makes it more challenging to convince them of the need to take the leap into the era of cognitive manufacturing fueled by the Internet of Things […]

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By Karen Lewis on April 25, 2017

How to nurse a sick robot back to health

How do you know when a robot is feeling under the weather? You can’t tell when a robot is not well just by looking at it – you need to use data to help understand what’s happening. Today, for example, if I imagine all the robots on the floor at Hannover Messe are on an […]

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By Dan Bigos on April 20, 2017

Predictive maintenance is just one of IBM’s IoT for Manufacturing strengths

Many companies make a claim to the predictive maintenance market. Many more than you might imagine. In fact, IoT Analytics in its Predictive Maintenance Market Report 2017-22 has identified at least 110 technology firms that have worked on predictive maintenance implementations. These firms address various parts of the overall predictive maintenance solution – condition monitoring […]

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By Phillip Tracy on April 19, 2017

The top 5 industrial IoT use cases

The industrial IoT has already proven its versatility with deployments going live in various enterprises, showing off dozens of different use cases. But a few key uses consistently present themselves within the same trade, and even throughout different industries. It’s important to note that Internet of Thing use cases will continue to expand in the […]

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By Chris O'Connor on February 15, 2017

IBM and Vodafone join forces to improve Mobile Asset Optimization

The Internet of Things is having a major effect on delivery logistics through tracking and predicting asset movement throughout the supply chain, reducing loss, theft and replacement costs. Today’s asset-intensive organizations must constantly track, assess and manage the reliability of a wide range of physical, technological and human assets. These organizations must manage both inventory […]

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By Franklin Morris on February 7, 2017

How the Internet of Things can make your office more sustainable

Although it’s still a work in progress, the Internet of Things (IoT) as it currently stands could already help offices become greener. As everything from refrigerators to cars become connected to the internet, data and feedback allows these everyday objects to become more responsive. New office buildings come equipped with smart sensors to automatically shut off heating and […]

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By Hannah Merry on January 16, 2017

Interview with Olivier Jouve: Director of Offering Management, Watson IoT Industry Solutions

Olivier Jouve is Director of Offering Management, Watson IOT Industry Solutions and Predictive Maintenance at IBM. He told me about what his job means, and how the Watson IoT Platform is connecting the physical world to the digital world. Let’s start with what Offering Management, Watson IoT Industry Solutions and PMQ means? Offering Management defines, […]

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By Matt Bellias on December 15, 2016

Traveling home for Christmas: the smart way

Travel and transportation companies are looking to the Internet of Things and cognitive computing to transform every aspect of their businesses, from marketing and purchasing to the provisioning of services and post-travel engagement. Exploiting the insights locked away in big data challenges will bring travel providers closer to their customers and transform complex operations in […]

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By Shehwar Ali on December 9, 2016

Drones and IoT surface as red knights of the oil & gas industry

This thought leadership article about how IoT and drones are reshaping the oil and gas industry comes from guest writer Shehwar Ali, of PreScouter. If you’re interested in how IBM Watson IoT for Asset Management can help you use the power of IoT to improve predictive maintenance, take a look at our website or contact […]

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By Jacqi Levy on November 28, 2016

Fighting the good fight against ice cream freezer burn

If you’re like me, then ice cream is one of your favorite treats. It’s cool and refreshing in the summer, and it’s the perfect complement to a warm pie or molten brownie in the winter. It comes in a mind boggling multitude of flavors. And, it satisfies my craving for sweets with oh-so-marginally less guilt […]

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