We are all very aware of the potential threat or opportunity (depending on how you look at it) of exploding technology and how it has upended our buying routines.
In the future, Afrox gas cylinders, onsite bulk tanks and gas analysers will be connected to the Internet, which will not only allow automatic reordering for just-in-time delivery, but the data collected can also be used to analyse gas quality and usage trends, predict needs, identify leaks and much more.
Tank telemetry is nothing new for the industrial gases industry, having been successfully utilised for decades, but there are very real signs of the next level in telemetry and telematics as a result of Industry 4.0 and Big Data.
Alizent-Asset Interactive, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air Liquide, focused on digital transformation and the industrial Internet of Things, has entered into an enterprise agreement with OSIsoft.
DataOnline revealed at gasworld’s CO2 Summit in Innsbruck, Austria, that it will be rebranding as Anova.
Hydrocarbon and specialty gas supplier Gas Innovations has introduced a new website for 2019.
More than 50 years of advances in mathematics, materials science and computer science have transformed quantum computing from theory to reality.
Global manufacturing and technology company Emerson has introduced the Performance Learning Platform, a technology training solution that enables hands-on training to prepare workers to maintain their plant safely and efficiently.
UK-based Nexus Intelligent Engineering (Nexus IE) has played a pivotal role in helping Linde Healthcare to develop a smart medical cylinder monitoring system.
Transport and logistics service provider HOYER Group has equipped more than 10,000 tanks with its smart technology.