New Application Business Models - The Real IIoT Difference
Peter Zornio, CSO, Emerson Automation Solutions
ERP Implementation Lessons Learned
Scott Bendle, CIO, Rigaku Corporation
3 Guidelines for the Logistics Industry in the Age of Business Transparency
Eric Kierstead, CIO, BeavEx, Inc.
Ever-Changing Landscape of ERP
Jeff Wagaman, VP, Enterprise Solutions & Executive CIO, Smiths Medical [LON:SMIN]
Manufacturing sector is witnessing investments in technology like never before. The technologies such as IIoT, robotics, big data, cloud, mobility, social, and 3D are ushering in an era of manufacturing renaissance. The once hyper-industrialized shop floor has transformed from a confusing cluster of machinery into a finely tuned network where all moving parts communicate with each other and with the IT systems to provide end-to-end visibility. The credit goes to IIoT. This technology has closed the gap between Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) employed on the shop floor. Coupled with this, the big data applications are driving the usage of shop floor data to make effective business decisions and process enhancements. On the other hand, cloud applications are helping manufacturers to bring their plants spread across the globe onto a single communication pane with real-time information sharing—leading to greater control and efficiency.
Sherif Jitan, CIO, Pearl Technology Holdings
Automotive companies have lots of information but can’t use it effectively to drive business. Data is both difficult to access and needed by more applications. How do you examine the effective and proactive use of data
Jay Allardyce, COO, GE [NYSE:GE]
The journey to digitization in industry starts with the cloud, but it’s not a journey that industrial CIOs are embarking on without trepidation.
Steven L. Blue, President & CEO, Miller Ingenuity
If President Donald Trump is able to renegotiate trade deals to be more U.S. friendly during his first 100 days in office, it is both good and bad news for American manufacturing. On the one hand, corporate income tax will probably be reduced.
Mike Ruchensky, VP & CIO, Swift Transportation [NYSE:SWFT]
Today’s fleet managers—and their drivers—face heightened responsibilities in an increasingly competitive transportation industry.
Mark Lalley, VP & CIO, UTC Climate, Controls & Security And Ed Dunn, VP, Supply Chain, and Ken Erickson, VP, Manufacturing Operations, UTC Climate, Controls & Security
How do you move the world forward? We happen to work for a company that does it quite literally through its Otis elevators.
Jim McCoy, CIO, Raytheon
When you walk into the factories at Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona, don’t be surprised to find robots working side-by-side with humans on the production lines.
David Tamayo, CIO, DCS Corporation
In the early 1990’s Juarez, Mexico, I was interviewing local management of a large multinational corporation.
Kevin Glynn, VP & CIO, DSC Logistics
Our work in supply chain is changing rapidly as we implement new technology.
Hans Thalbauer, SVP, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP
The logistics and manufacturing industries are undergoing a revolution driven by digital transformation. Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and blockchain all promise to completely alter how companies conduct business.
Michele C. D’Alessandro, VP & CIO, Manufacturing IT, Merck [NYSE:MRK]
While the marriage of the physical world of pharmaceutical manufacturing and the cyber world is complex and challenging, it is also exciting for anybody fortunate enough to focus on it.
Sohrab Modi, CTO & Senior Vice President of Engineering, Echelon Corp. [NASDAQ:ELON]
The term Internet of Things (IoT) has become a buzz word in the technology industry meaning different things to different people making it difficult to find one, single definition.