There are as many ways organizations can create, store, move and retrieve data as there are ways to see, perceive and interpret it
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To discover which real-time data adds value to improve operational efficiencies and increase competitive edge in the marketplace, first understand data acquisition systems and consider the eight essential best practices for data acquisition success
Sensors are on the front line of the data gathering process, which is vital for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Data produced by power distribution networks is critical, but so is perfecting data quality and governance.
Mobile technologies are challenging traditional data handling practices as they move into the industrial arena.
Good mobile software promotes efficiency by delivering data on intuitive screens that empower users to integrate information and saves trips back to the control room or to the site.
Momentum around time-series data storage suggests a new chapter for a legacy offering.
Not all data is equal and some require greater attention and priority than others. Industrial companies managing networks need to focus on information-based, mission critical and real-time data.
MIT researchers have developed a method using machine learning to reveal optimal growing conditions to maximize taste and other features.