How we fuel our vehicles, heat our homes, and power our industries is undergoing fundamental change. Well-deployed but inefficient technologies, such as internal combustion engine cars and oil/gas boilers are being replaced with electrified and higher-efficiency alternatives. And renewables such as sunlight, wind, thermal, and others, supported by next generation battery storage, are fueling an evergreater share of energy demand.
Published By: B Channels
Published Date: May 01, 2018
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) originally described IoT as used across several industries: manufacturing, logistics, oil and gas, transportation, energy/utilities, mining and metals, aviation and other industrial sectors.
Download this paper to understand the research insights of the future of IoT.
Energy firms should build and nurture a customer-centric culture delighting clients while maximizing operational and financial results. In doing so, we’ll highlight the crucial role analytics plays in helping energy firms ensure operational efficiency and customer satisfaction.
The IoT is transforming the energy industry by eliminating tradeoffs between operation, SCADA systems, maintenance and new services for assets deployed in industrial and power facilities, buildings and across the grid.
When it comes to building the best IoT system for your business application, it’s vital to keep your use case and business requirements at the forefront of your technical design strategy. In the energy industry, accessing and collecting data at the edge from disparate, heterogenous, multi-site, fixed topologies and transferring that data efficiently to the cloud to perform analytics and action business decisions is still the greatest challenge. Mission-critical data collected from the edge is integral to energy facility operations and cannot be excluded or corrupted.
Published By: Marketo
Published Date: Dec 10, 2014
To bring energy sales and marketing teams into the modern age, look to the technology sector, which has turned lead conversion into a science. Today, it’s possible to engineer everything from how you escort buyers through the sales funnel, to the way your public interprets the news.
An Analytical Approach to Improving Safety & Efficiency
Fired heaters are the largest energy consumer in the manufacturing sector, and represent a tremendous opportunity for energy savings.
However, energy efficiency is not the only concern for fired heaters. Compliance and safety are continuous challenges.
In this eBook we explain how to improve fired heaters safety and efficiency by controlling combustion using TDLS technology.
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• The 4 top industry challenges related to fired heaters
• How to efficiently and safely manage combustion
• How TDLS technology can improve operational excellence in fired heaters
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Published By: Computhink
Published Date: Dec 10, 2007
In the arena of corporate governance and compliance, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) has commanded considerable attention; in the healthcare industry, it's HIPAA; similar regulations target the financial services and energy sectors. Organizations can use technology to meet compliance demands in a cost-effective way.
Weather Means Business: Enabling transformative decision-making with precise weather data for energy and utilities, insurance, retailing and the public sector
Weather has a profound and widespread influence on business. We are all vulnerable to unforeseen weather events, and the inability to manage weather-related risk can limit business success, thwart economic development and threaten public safety. This whitepaper discusses the uses cases for weather data for various industries, including government, insurance, retail and energy and utilities.
This white paper examines the challenges of presenting products and projects in the renewable energy sector and introduces the many advantages of 3D visualization to help achieve your company's commercial objectives.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Oct 07, 2014
An ongoing cyberespionage campaign against a range of targets, mainly in the energy sector, gave attackers the ability to mount sabotage operations against their victims. The attackers, known to Symantec as Dragonfly, managed to compromise a number of strategically important organizations for spying purposes and, if they had used the sabotage capabilities open to them, could have caused damage or disruption to energy supplies in affected countries. Read more into the research on these attacks in this Symantec Security Response special report.