How Manufacturers Are Managing Stress on the Supply Chain The emergence of the coronavirus pandemic shows how the supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Manufacturers that have increasingly relied on overseas suppliers are finding their operations at a standstill. Here are some ways to avoid that dilemma.
Getting Started with AI for Computer Vision Artificial intelligence (AI) is generating opportunities for SIs building solutions that include applications of computer vision. According to McKinsey & Company forecasts, AI is expected to create $13 trillion in additional economic activity by 2030.
The Connected Jobsite: Maximizing Construction Efficiency with Real-time Location Data Ynomia’s IoT technology allows companies to convert the construction supply chain and worksite into a digital warehouse saving time, increasing on-site efficiency, and reducing overall costs.
The Rise of IoT Propels Digital Twin Technology Growth The pervasiveness of IoT sensors allows forward-thinking companies to create a digital twin of a project and benefit from real-time access to project data, design flexibility with minimal risk, and efficiencies in time and cost.
Tracking Perishable Goods with Blockchain and the Intel® Connected Logistics Platform Intel partnered with a leading blueberry supplier to show how using blockchain technology in the supply chain can help farmers deliver fresh produce to market in prime condition.
Rogue Ales Uses IoT for Efficient Supply Chain Tracking Using the Intel® Connected Logistics Platform, Rogue collects temperature and humidity data on its shipments of hops at every stage between the hop yard and the brewery.
IEI Brings IoT Value to Smart Manufacturers IEI offers an Intel® IOT Market Ready Solution that collects manufacturing and equipment data for analysis. Based on analyst projections, digitizing on-floor data for predictive maintenance and factory automation is primed for growth and IEI has proven solutions to support integrators.
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