Articles Tagged: Digital transformation

Top 5 Questions from the “Maximizing Asset Reliability and OEE” Webinar

Dan Miklovic is a Research Fellow with LNS Research; he primarily focuses on industrial operations, asset management, and energy management, with collaborate coverage across the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT),… Read more »

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Smart Manufacturing Drives Operational Excellence in the Life Sciences

Craig has 35 years’ experience in sales, marketing, product development, and project management in the industrial market, gained with major suppliers of PLCs, process control systems, power transmission equipment, and… Read more »

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How Digitalization of Production Allocation Maximizes Oil & Gas Production in Oil Fields

Oil and Gas producers are facing intense challenges in the new normal era of low oil prices – imbalance between supply and demand, combined with slowing demand growth.  In order… Read more »

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Co-innovation and the startling genius of swarms

Have you ever seen a flock of hundreds of starlings change direction suddenly? It seems as if they are flying as a single entity. It’s spectacular. There is something startling… Read more »

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How the IIoT Turns Big Data into Wisdom

When discussing leveraging the IIoT in food and beverage manufacturing, it’s important to note that we’re not typically referring to a completely new implementation. Most food and beverage companies have… Read more »

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Reduce Power Outages by Unleashing the Digital Power Distribution Grid

Recent hurricanes have brought devastation to Puerto Rico, parts of Texas, the Caribbean, and Florida, causing millions of people to lose access to the grid. These unusually frequent catastrophic events remind… Read more »

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The Future of Manufacturing – Moving to a Digital World

Andrew Hughes joined the LNS Research team in May of 2015 and is a Principal Analyst with his primary focus being research and analysis in the Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM)… Read more »

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Infographic: Are you late getting on board the super-fast digital train?

As I pointed out in my blog post, “Jump on board the digital train,” embarking on a digital journey can seem unsettling. For many established companies, a digital transformation may… Read more »

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How Digital Batch Management Improves Efficiency and Consistency

I’ve discussed some of the new regulations facing the pharmaceutical industry in past posts. Some of these regulations, like data integrity, are relatively consistent across the globe while others, like… Read more »

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Know, Think, & Do – Resources on Digitization in Mining that can Help you make some sense of it all

Digitization in the mining industry remains the topic of much discussion…and much confusion!  In fact, I just returned from a trip to China where I heard people say, “We don’t… Read more »

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Is Upon Us

The focus of this blog, and of the next two, is to identify industrial automation trends in the Digital Transformation to Industry 4.0, also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution…. Read more »

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Augmented Operator Boosts Knowledge Automation

In my previous blog, we identified industrial automation trends in the Digital Transformation to Industry 4.0, which comprises three pillars: Asset Performance, Augmented Operator and Smart Control. This time, we… Read more »

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Jump on board the digital train

In his recent Forbes article on companies that are seizing the opportunities of digital transformation, analyst Daniel Newman compared this revolution to “a charging digital bullet train.” This is one… Read more »

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24 Hours Putting the Internet of Things Under the Microscope

Phil Baxter, the UK boss of Autodesk, had a group of people to sanity check his ideas and provide data points to demonstrate where he might be going off the… Read more »

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Infographic: Are you late getting on board the super-fast digital train?

As I pointed out in my blog post, “Jump on board the digital train,” embarking on a digital journey can seem unsettling. For many established companies, a digital transformation may… Read more »

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Drive Operational Excellence with Digital Transformation

Food and beverage manufacturers today face pressure from shrinking margins, shifting consumer demand and increasing regulatory burdens. In search of solutions to these issues, I’ve heard increasing interest around Smart… Read more »

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Defining 5 Terms to Demystify Digital Transformation

Regardless of the industry you are in, the digital transformation is upon us. While this content references market factors directly affecting the global Oil & Gas industry, the digital transformation… Read more »

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How Digital Operations Management Improves Profitability in this Challenging Oil and Gas Environment

Oil prices have dropped below $50/barrel recently, a level not seen since November 2016.  The decline in oil prices is likely due to the imbalance between supply and demand, slower… Read more »

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Mineufacturing: Lessons in Partnerships

Today, we are seeing the transformation of many mining companies to move to a manufacturing way of thinking or what we call “Mineufacturing”.  The level of maturity in managing variability… Read more »

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Co-innovation and the startling genius of swarms

Have you ever seen a flock of hundreds of starlings change direction suddenly? It seems as if they are flying as a single entity. It’s spectacular. There is something startling… Read more »

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Is Upon Us

The focus of this blog, and of the next two, is to identify industrial automation trends in the Digital Transformation to Industry 4.0, also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution…. Read more »

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Defining 5 Terms to Demystify Digital Transformation

Regardless of the industry you are in, the digital transformation is upon us. While this content references market factors directly affecting the global Oil & Gas industry, the digital transformation… Read more »

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How to Improve Food Manufacturing Safety by Increasing Asset Reliability

Dan Miklovic joined LNS Research in May of 2014 and is now a Research Fellow, his primary focus is research and development in the Asset and Energy Management practices. Dan has… Read more »

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Jump on board the digital train

In his recent Forbes article on companies that are seizing the opportunities of digital transformation, analyst Daniel Newman compared this revolution to “a charging digital bullet train.” This is one… Read more »

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How the IIoT Turns Big Data into Wisdom

When discussing leveraging the IIoT in food and beverage manufacturing, it’s important to note that we’re not typically referring to a completely new implementation. Most food and beverage companies have… Read more »

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Let’s Rethink the Importance of Value Chain Visibility

By John MacDonald, Subject Matter Expert & Consultant for Mining, Schneider Electric Mining on the Rebound? Analysts are divided as to whether we (the mining industry) are at the bottom… Read more »

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The Future of Manufacturing – Moving to a Digital World

Andrew Hughes joined the LNS Research team in May of 2015 and is a Principal Analyst with his primary focus being research and analysis in the Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM)… Read more »

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Reduce Power Outages by Unleashing the Digital Power Distribution Grid

Recent hurricanes have brought devastation to Puerto Rico, parts of Texas, the Caribbean, and Florida, causing millions of people to lose access to the grid. These unusually frequent catastrophic events remind… Read more »

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How F&B Companies Can Improve Uptime with Predictive Maintenance

Food and beverage companies today face shifting customer demand, tight margins and a competitive market. Further complicating matters, manufacturers must meet growing demand using existing assets as capital expenditures constraints… Read more »

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Co-innovation and the startling genius of swarms

Have you ever seen a flock of hundreds of starlings change direction suddenly? It seems as if they are flying as a single entity. It’s spectacular. There is something startling… Read more »

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