There is no denying that we are well into the swing of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Early adopters of digitisation are seeing measurable benefits…
Ensuring the good functionality of electrical distribution infrastructure in the industry is one of the top priorities if you want your business to keep running without breakdowns. Problems are usually discovered too late resulting in operational losses and expensive urgent maintenance that exposes your employees to critical risks.
Ferdinand Balagtas from Meralco shared with Schneider Electric in Singapore the next steps in their digitalisation journey.
As digital transformation unfolds around the globe, a new reality is emerging: Digitisation’s productivity gains depend on clean and reliable electrical power.
More than ever, the world needs bold ideas for reducing emissions and transitioning to renewable resources. A recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change special report stressed the need to cut global emissions by 45 percent by 2030 to minimise the risk of irreversible changes to our environment.
Safety – the freedom from harm, injury, or loss – is a fundamental human need. On the classic Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs pyramid diagram, safety is second only to physical survival. Almost 3.25 million people are estimated to have died in 2016 from unintentional injuries.