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AI and Machine Learning May 25, 2023

Machine learning has potential to transform oil and gas industry

Machine learning has the potential to improve efficiency, increase production and reduce costs in the oil and gas industry.

By GlobalData
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Automation June 4, 2023

Next generation development tools help equipment intelligence

Manufacturing industries need to develop new concepts of automation core component products and software development tools for future digitization and intelligence.

By Stone Shi
Analytics June 3, 2023

Four analytics areas for manufacturers to emphasize

Operational improvement can be met by digging into each step of the equipment's timing, accuracy and causes of process step disruption by analyzing the raw data.

By Brian Fenn
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 May 17, 2023

Scaling Industry 4.0 transformation for the future

Industry 4.0 initiatives are evolving, but many companies are still struggling to take the next step forward and change not only on a technological level, but a cultural one, too.

By Chris Vavra
Wireless May 19, 2023

More answers on how to digitalize an OT-data infrastructure

By Mark T. Hoske
Vision and Discrete Sensors June 4, 2023

How sensors enable smart factories and more efficient manufacturing

By Yulin Wang
Energy Efficiency May 31, 2023

How monitoring energy usage improves plant operations and sustainability

By Chris Evans
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Process Safety May 26, 2023

Five tips for prioritizing process valve safety in manufacturing facilities

By Gilbert Welsford Jr.
System Integrators May 30, 2023

What systems integrators, others should expect in the second half of 2023

By Kevin Parker

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