Articles Tagged: Industrial Software

Innovation in the Midstream – An Innovation Summit: Software Conference Update

Merriam-Webster defines innovation as “the introduction of something new” or “a new idea, method, or device”. It is that spirit that reflects what is happening this week at Schneider Electric… Read more »

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Optimize Your Plant Before You Build It: The Schneider Electric/AVEVA potential

The issue facing many industrial organizations is that too much time and money is spent in designing, operating and optimizing new-generation and existing plants because of a lack of tools,… Read more »

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Schneider Electric and Microsoft: Water Efficiency, Industrial Safety, Energy Access, and More

Microsoft’s annual partnership event is inspiring to its 16,000 attendees from 130 countries, showcasing where we’ve been together and, more important, where we’re going. In recent years, Schneider Electric has… Read more »

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Filed Away and Forgotten? Keep Power and Utilities Continuous Improvement Strategies Top of Mind

If your manager came to you today and asked you ‘how could we improve profitability ’, what would you say? Would you respond in directives, such as “optimize designs”, “lower… Read more »

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Managing city infrastructure when 80% of staff are new

Cities can be famous or notorious for many things – their vibrant arts, their close-knit communities, their booming economies. But infrastructure for water, energy, mobility and buildings underpins all quality… Read more »

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My Vision of a Safer Industrial Future

In today’s industrial environments, progress is driving more change than ever. New challenges are arising, as well as new opportunities. We know today that the industrial plants of tomorrow will be… Read more »

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KPI: Mean Cost To Repair (MCTR)

Maintenance is often considered a necessary cost that is almost impossible to control. If organizations operate in run-to-fail mode, it is important to keep high levels of spare parts inventory… Read more »

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Maintenance Practices Enable Sustainability

People are thinking green. Companies that integrate sustainability into their products, services and operations are well-positioned to shine. No matter how sustainable a group of assets may have been in… Read more »

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The Future of Industrial Software

In my previous blog I spoke about the evolution of industrial operations and how advances in software for the purpose of industrial automation, information management and operations management is the… Read more »

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The value of software in industrial operations

Industrial operations today are faced with many challenges. Aging and new workforces, new regulatory requirements and the pace of change in a flat world economy that requires a flexible way… Read more »

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Schneider Electric and Microsoft: Water Efficiency, Industrial Safety, Energy Access, and More

Microsoft’s annual partnership event is inspiring to its 16,000 attendees from 130 countries, showcasing where we’ve been together and, more important, where we’re going. In recent years, Schneider Electric has… Read more »

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The value of software in industrial operations

Industrial operations today are faced with many challenges. Aging and new workforces, new regulatory requirements and the pace of change in a flat world economy that requires a flexible way… Read more »

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GUEST POST: Industry 4.0 requires Software Factories

A couple of years ago, I had the opportunity to meet the CEO of The Mathworks, one of the world greatest and most successful software vendors. His favourite book was… Read more »

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Maintenance Practices Enable Sustainability

People are thinking green. Companies that integrate sustainability into their products, services and operations are well-positioned to shine. No matter how sustainable a group of assets may have been in… Read more »

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The Future of Industrial Software

In my previous blog I spoke about the evolution of industrial operations and how advances in software for the purpose of industrial automation, information management and operations management is the… Read more »

1 Comment

Managing city infrastructure when 80% of staff are new

Cities can be famous or notorious for many things – their vibrant arts, their close-knit communities, their booming economies. But infrastructure for water, energy, mobility and buildings underpins all quality… Read more »

1 Comment

KPI: Mean Cost To Repair (MCTR)

Maintenance is often considered a necessary cost that is almost impossible to control. If organizations operate in run-to-fail mode, it is important to keep high levels of spare parts inventory… Read more »

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My Vision of a Safer Industrial Future

In today’s industrial environments, progress is driving more change than ever. New challenges are arising, as well as new opportunities. We know today that the industrial plants of tomorrow will be… Read more »

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Filed Away and Forgotten? Keep Power and Utilities Continuous Improvement Strategies Top of Mind

If your manager came to you today and asked you ‘how could we improve profitability ’, what would you say? Would you respond in directives, such as “optimize designs”, “lower… Read more »

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Optimize Your Plant Before You Build It: The Schneider Electric/AVEVA potential

The issue facing many industrial organizations is that too much time and money is spent in designing, operating and optimizing new-generation and existing plants because of a lack of tools,… Read more »

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The value of software in industrial operations

Industrial operations today are faced with many challenges. Aging and new workforces, new regulatory requirements and the pace of change in a flat world economy that requires a flexible way… Read more »

3 Comments

Optimize Your Plant Before You Build It: The Schneider Electric/AVEVA potential

The issue facing many industrial organizations is that too much time and money is spent in designing, operating and optimizing new-generation and existing plants because of a lack of tools,… Read more »

2 Comments

The Future of Industrial Software

In my previous blog I spoke about the evolution of industrial operations and how advances in software for the purpose of industrial automation, information management and operations management is the… Read more »

1 Comment

KPI: Mean Cost To Repair (MCTR)

Maintenance is often considered a necessary cost that is almost impossible to control. If organizations operate in run-to-fail mode, it is important to keep high levels of spare parts inventory… Read more »

1 Comment

Managing city infrastructure when 80% of staff are new

Cities can be famous or notorious for many things – their vibrant arts, their close-knit communities, their booming economies. But infrastructure for water, energy, mobility and buildings underpins all quality… Read more »

1 Comment

Schneider Electric and Microsoft: Water Efficiency, Industrial Safety, Energy Access, and More

Microsoft’s annual partnership event is inspiring to its 16,000 attendees from 130 countries, showcasing where we’ve been together and, more important, where we’re going. In recent years, Schneider Electric has… Read more »

1 Comment

GUEST POST: Industry 4.0 requires Software Factories

A couple of years ago, I had the opportunity to meet the CEO of The Mathworks, one of the world greatest and most successful software vendors. His favourite book was… Read more »

1 Comment

Maintenance Practices Enable Sustainability

People are thinking green. Companies that integrate sustainability into their products, services and operations are well-positioned to shine. No matter how sustainable a group of assets may have been in… Read more »

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My Vision of a Safer Industrial Future

In today’s industrial environments, progress is driving more change than ever. New challenges are arising, as well as new opportunities. We know today that the industrial plants of tomorrow will be… Read more »

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Filed Away and Forgotten? Keep Power and Utilities Continuous Improvement Strategies Top of Mind

If your manager came to you today and asked you ‘how could we improve profitability ’, what would you say? Would you respond in directives, such as “optimize designs”, “lower… Read more »

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