Smart Environmental Monitoring Protects Museum Collections Long range sensors monitor environmental conditions, so museums can protect priceless artwork, artifacts, and historical papers from deteriorating. Some technologies even allow museums to mine their warehouses to maintain better inventory and to create digital exhibits.
The Rosetta Stone of Digital Automation Nothing can derail a digital automation upgrade faster than the overwhelming complexity of collecting and analyzing data from the myriad devices, sensors, and machines, all of which use different protocols and interfaces. A new collaborative solution enables manufacturers to harness the data in their OT and IT networks to gain valuable insights across the enterprise.
New Podcast: Holograms, Beacons, and More: Transformative Retail Tech The pandemic ignited innovation in retail technology, making online shopping king. The online ordering process and the revamped in-store customer experience are critical elements of success for every retailer. In our podcast, Wachter’s VP of Strategic Innovation Matt Tyler talks about the digital transformation happening in retail and QSRs, which includes automation technology for logistics and conveyance, as well as solutions that feel like something out of a Star Wars movie–holograms, video walls, and dynamic digital displays.
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Smart IoT Platform Helps Cities, QSRs Optimize Waste Management Ineffective waste management strategies are costly and often harmful to the environment. Enevo, a progressive waste technology company, is using IoT to reduce waste-related costs, increase sustainability, and optimize waste management.
Animal Feed Manufacturer Uses IoT to Enhance Sustainability Enterra, which produces insect ingredients for animal feed and pet food companies, wanted to gain real-time visibility into its operations to enable greater sustainability and efficiency. The company tapped Intel® IoT Solution Aggregator Ingram Micro and solution implementer WBM Technologies Inc. to help achieve its goals.
AI Brings Visibility to Supply Chain Partnerships Even with the rise of Industry 4.0, much of today’s supply chain reporting is handled with pen and paper. It is slow, often inaccurate, and provides no transparency along the way. A platform that digitizes the supply chain network enables retailers and suppliers to gain visibility and be accountable, from sourcing to delivery.
New Podcast: Bridging the IT/OT Gap As the number of edge computing continues to increase, so does the volume of available data. Now, organizations are in dire need of ways for the workforce to better interpret meaningful information from all the data generated from disparate IT/OT systems. In our podcast, Kelly Ireland, Founder, CTO, and CEO at CBT talks about innovative solutions such as her company’s Connected Worker technology that can enable workers to use smart devices to visualize and consume real-time data and collaborate safely and efficiently.
Sea Machines Uses AI, Vision to Steer Shipping Vessels to Safety New maritime technology taps computer vision and artificial intelligence to enable commercial ships and workboats to operate autonomously. The new capabilities open up shipping routes and improve disaster response with increased safety and less environmental impact than current processes.
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