Doug Laney’s three Vs — volume, velocity and variety — provide a useful definition of big data. However, now big data is the norm in manufacturing environments, perhaps it’s more important to think about a fourth V — value.
“alfred” supports his colleagues at thyssenkrupp Materials Services in managing the global logistics network with 271 warehouse sites and 50,000 products and services.
With the addition of ERP solutions to its portfolio in Southeast Asia, Yokogawa will be able to provide its industrial customers in the region a full range of control and enterprise solutions, from sensors on the plant floor to business planning support for top management.
The intriguing side of digital transformation is not so much the new ways in which machines now interact with each other, but as the innovative ways in which people are collaborating.
Can emerging technology and legacy equipment go well together?