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When it comes to data management, there’s no debate on where industrial businesses collectively sit right now
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When it comes to data management, I don’t think there’s any debate on where industrial businesses collectively sit right now. The landscape of our world is changing rapidly, especially with the emergence of the Internet of Things, or as GE calls it, the Industrial Internet. There are a lot of different forcing functions that play into the Industrial Internet, from the Cloud to big data to security to sensor enablement. And we like to think about ...
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For years, big power plant owners and Texas community groups have been raising alarms about the possibility of rolling blackouts, urging the state to overhaul its power markets and add capacity to the grid. http://invent.ge/1RQG36S
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Networked intelligent LED lighting systems (see above) equipped with sensors that can see, feel and hear could soon illuminate roads and hallways, and help improve security, optimize traffic, monitor the environment, and a whole lot more. http://invent.ge/1RLwB4N
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Technology gurus around the world are working hard and fast to help you gain value from asset & process data. Problem is...it's still very confusing
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How sensors fit into the #IndustrialInternet journey
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As the Industrial Internet demands more out of resource-constrained industrial data acquisition systems, sensor processing platforms are required to add performance while reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP). Rubin Dhillon, Marketing Director of the Embedded Systems division at GE Intelligent Platforms discusses his company’s approach to developing “brilliant machines,” and how off-the-shelf hardware is enabling these sensor platforms for the ...
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Mass #manufacturing turns to additive technologies for end-use components http://bit.ly/1fAEZYL
3D printing, one of the pillars of the future of manufacturing, is no longer just about rapid prototyping. It is now also about mass production.
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Now if they could just come up with a way to remotely do all of our housework… http://bit.ly/1RQbxdq
Recently I bought a new dishwasher for my house. Compared to my previous one, it has a lot of interesting features. But what surprised me most is its ability to remotely send its status to the manufacturer. Anyone who has been on troubleshooting calls for a home appliance can attest to the benefits of this feature. 
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Sound familiar? “I don’t like the term #BigData because it’s meaningless to me.”
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A recent survey shows that although manufacturers have been analyzing operations for decades, they are faced with new data sources and integrated...
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It looks like a UFO stuck on a giant utility pole, but it could light the way to bigger, better and more efficient wind turbines. http://invent.ge/1fFmna5
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The alarming effects of advanced analytics http://bit.ly/1Gttr07
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“It’s our belief that every industrial company in the coming age is also going to have to be a software and analytics company” http://onforb.es/1Gq9YgW
Here's a question to ponder: Are IT departments vanishing from the corporate scene, or are today's corporations evolving into gigantic IT departments? With the continuing rapid growth of cloud computing, accompanies by proliferating instances of shadow IT, it's not a far stretch to predict that organizations may be soon running things [...]
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CIOs: We can't afford to wait.
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This story originally appeared on LinkedIn. After years of quietly transforming our companies, squeezing more out of assets and executing, industrial CIOs have finally taken center stage. The convergence of operational technology, or OT, and IT has given us the chance to remake the enterprise.
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GE Intelligent Platforms provides industrial software, control systems and computing platforms to optimize assets and equipment. Our goal is to help our customers grow their businesses through high-performance solutions for today's connected world.
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At GE Intelligent Platforms, we work toward a single goal: to help you solve your operations challenges and get to market more quickly with a competitive advantage. Our innovative, high performance technology solutions—combined with our expertise, services and scale—enable us to grow the profitability of businesses for today’s connected world.

Follow our Connected World blog to learn how GE Intelligent Platforms is leveraging the industrial internet to create new solutions around:

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