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A space for Specialists Providing Awareness, Resources, and Knowledge (SPARK).

SPARK is a special series featuring industrial automation’s thought leadership that connects with the Southeast Asia community. Featuring timely and trending topics, the series delves deep into conversations that matter to the community, as it discusses trends, analysis, issues, insights, sustainability, and growth.

This series is part of IAA’s new flagship premium content.


Podcast Series

[IAA Podcast Series Part 3 ] Schaeffler feat. Koh Shu Jun-Customer Success Story & Best Practices
[IAA Podcast Series Part 2 ] Schaeffler feat. Koh Shu Jun
[IAA Podcast Series] Schaeffler feat. Koh Shu Jun_Part 1

Articles

Autonomous Operations: An Intelligent Future and Impact in Asia

Autonomous Operations: An Intelligent Future and Impact in Asia


Chris Kelly, Senior Vice President, Data Center Solutions, Asia Pacific & Japan, Dell Technologies discusses the potential of autonomous operations in Asia Pacific & Japan.   How advanced are autonomous operations in Asia?  Customers across all industries are implementing different levels of automation. We see the maturity levels still vary quite broadly however there is …

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AP Sivaneasan Bala Krishnan

Predictive Maintenance: The Future of Condition Monitoring at Substations


The use of predictive maintenance in the manufacturing as well as oil and gas industries has been growing, including for condition monitoring of electrical assets in substations.


Alpesh Patel

Asia Pacific Leadership Views on Sustainability Transformation


The European Union (EU) Environmental policy, which has been built up with environmental action programmes since the early 1970s, has the most extensive environmental laws of any international organisation.


Vivek Luthra(2)

Follow These Supply Chain Predictions To Avoid Future Shocks


Let’s face the facts. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains worldwide. It has proved to be a real test that caught most organisations by surprise, which offered very little time to prepare.