All Digitisation articles – Page 6

  • DataOnline

    Chet Reshamwala to become DataOnline CEO


    DataOnline, provider of IoT (Industrial Internet of Things) solutions, has announced Chief Operating Officer Chet Reshamwala will be made Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 st January, 2019.

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    Remodeling distribution


    AgoNow is a pure industrial wholesaler and channel solutions provider that partners with distributors/resellers and manufacturers to grow their businesses profitably. With headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the company sells exclusively to distributors/resellers, including independent gases and welding companies.

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    Digitisation: Industry only beginning to scratch the surface


    Industrial gas companies are making progress toward digitisation, but they are only beginning to scratch the surface of the opportunities that it offers, says former Linde-BOC Managing Director of UK, Ireland Africa, Sue Graham Johnston.

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    Bitcoin, blockchain, cryoptocurrency and e-commerce


    Smart Industry Series, Part 4. Exploring the world of e-commerce and cryptocurrencies, and whether these digital platforms will ever be the subject of true industrial gas utilisation.

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    The cost of digital automation is always approaching zero


    Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the effect of increased automation is to push costs down via greater efficiencies. With digital automation that combines economies of scale, advanced software and the information distribution power of the internet – per unit or per transaction costs are on a trajectory approaching ...

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    Available resources


    Resources are available to help guide independent gases and welding distributors through these disruptive times. We asked Ken Thompson, as gas world contributor and person having experienced nearly five decades of supply chain changes, disruptions, and challenges, to share his thoughts on current circumstances, and just where the next evolution ...

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    DNV GL publishes paper to support AI


    As artificial intelligence (AI) systems begin to control safety-critical infrastructure across a growing number of industries, the need to ensure safe use of AI in systems has become a top priority.

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    DataOnline acquires Independent Technologies


    northDataOnline, a leading global provider of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, has completed the acquisition of Independent Technologies.

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    ‘Digital change is coming’


    It is unquestionable that digital change is coming and e-commerce is gaining traction, the question is whether the gases industry will deliver the solution itself or rely on B2B platforms from outside, says Dr. Cornelia Klaubert, Manager of gasido.

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    Linde and 42 Technology work together


    Linde Gases, a division of The Linde Group, has worked with technology innovation and product development consultancy 42 Technology to design and develop a new easy-to-use industrial gas cylinder valve with integrated pressure regulator.

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    In focus...Telematics and digitisation


    Industry 4.0 is widely acknowledged as heralding the next Industrial Revolution. We are on the brink of a technological revolution that will alter the way we live and work, all based upon digitisation. As part of this, telematics is revolutionising the way our product is delivered.

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    Telemetry and bulk gases


    A perspective on the changing role of telemetry technology in the bulk gases business, from AMBRA Sistemi.

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    Automating the packaged gas supply chain


    At the Automat in New York City, Horn Hardart’s chain of cafeteria-style restaurants where food of all kinds was mechanically dispensed from a wall of windows (no servers involved), I got my first glimpse of automation.

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    Maximizing efficiency and safety through asset tracking and monitoring


    So much of a distributor’s company’s value is tied up in cylinders, so you don’t want to be losing them!” expressed Eric Wise, CEO, Wise Telemetry.

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    HOYER uses big data for container maintenance


    The HOYER Group has replaced its previous M R (Maintenance Repair) system with the new M R module of Adaption.

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    SensLynx announces new GPS tracking business model


    Though still a young company, SensLynx has quickly established itself as one of the foremost brands in the fleet and asset management industry.

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    HOYER continues to drive pace of digitalisation


    Logistics company HOYER is developing digital solutions with high added value that are pioneering in the sector.

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    BOC Australia wins prestigious Manufacturer of the Year award


    BOC Australia, a member of The Linde Group, was presented with the prestigious Manufacturer of the Year Award and Safety Solution of the Year Award for its $15m robot cylinder automation system at the Endeavour Awards held in Melbourne.

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    IoT technologies in waste-to-energy plants


    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental Chemical Engineering Co., Ltd. (MHIEC), a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), will jointly conduct an empirical research study with the city of Yokohama on introducing AI and IoT technologies in waste-to-energy plants through a public-private partnership.

  • Lockhouse

    It takes a supply chain to create an innovation


    It has been my experience, over the past 33 years in the gas/welding industry, that innovations do not spring forth from a vacuum, explains Lockhouse CEO Jim Glessner. During my industry tenure, we have seen trading, technology and vendor/customer partners come together to invent integrated and customized solutions.