Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Number of Case Studies32
Power Analytics for Power Plant
Power Analytics for Power Plant
Given low power prices maintained by stagnant demand growth, a customer’s combined cycle power plant was staffed as leanly as possible. As such, a change in operational parameters went unnoticed by engineers at the plant.
American Eagle Achieves LEED with GE LED Lighting Fixtures
American Eagle Achieves LEED with GE LED Lighting Fixtures
American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) was in the process of building a new distribution center. The AEO facility management team decided to look at alternate options for lighting layout that could provide energy and maintenance savings. AEO would need a full-time maintenance employee just to replace burned-out fluorescent tubes.
Pitney Bowes Industrial Internet
Pitney Bowes Industrial Internet
The world's 1st-ever Industrial Internet platform, Predix, becomes a pathway for revenue generation and notable new cost savings for Pitney Bowes' production mail business. An ordinary mail business, this is not. Of the 150 million pieces of mail produced each day in the US, the majority go through Pitney Bowes machines.
Number of Hardware4
LED Driver
LED Driver
LED Driver
Specialized Power ICs and Modules
Specialized Power ICs and Modules
Rectifier Shelves
Power Supply Controllers and Monitors
Power Supply Controllers and Monitors
Controller Automotive
Number of Software12
GE VersaMax
GE VersaMax
VersaMax controllers provide powerful, reliable operation. Designed to minimize costs, these versatile controllers are easy to use and support and offer a wide range of I/O expansion modules and communications options.
GoLINC
GoLINC
Transferring data. Hosting applications. Interfacing with third-party systems. Now you have a communication and application management platform designed for the harsh railroad environment. Get ready to make every aspect of your operation work smarter.
GE Predix IoT Platform
GE Predix IoT Platform
Predix is the software platform that powers the Industrial Internet. Based on GE’s unparalleled expertise in brilliant machines, Predix handles big data at an industrial scale and with industrial-strength security. Deployed on machines, onsite, or in the cloud, Predix drives the insights that transform and improve asset performance management (APM), operations, and business.
Number of Suppliers18
AMI GE
AMI GE
AMI GE is an international automation and control solutions company. AMI GE automizes industrial processes in diverse industries such as: steel, cement, paper industry, oil and gas industry, automotive industry, mining, among others. AMI GE is the solution provider in the optimization, control, efficiency, standardization, and security in business processes. AMI GE offers custom fit solutions for all your requirements.Year founded: 1987
General Electric (GE)
General Electric (GE)
GE is a diversified specialty equipment, infrastructure and financial services company. Their products and services range from aircraft engines, power generation, oil and gas production equipment, and household appliances to medical imaging, business and consumer financing and industrial products. GE believes new technologies will merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work.Year founded: 1892Revenue: $148.5 billion (2014)NYSE: GEFeatured Subsidiaries/ Business Units:- GE Digital- GE Predix- GE Intelligent Platform- Wurldtech
IDM
IDM
IDM is a leading professional technology company that provides comprehensive digital solutions, applications and services for production integration, coordination and intelligence. Founded in 2010, IDM provides customers with a comprehensive set of open LES, MES, GES and other functions, intelligent manufacturing execution platform and the most experienced, high success rate of implementation services. IDM products represent the most advanced concept of domestic manufacturing execution industry trends and technological capabilities. IDM provides for the military, aerospace / aviation, steel, petrochemical, tobacco, electricity, energy, home appliances and aseptic packaging industries with the most accurate, economical, and tailored industry solutions to help improve efficiency, reduce costs, improve quality, improve the comprehensive competitiveness of the core requirements.
Number of Organizations3
Shanghai Minhang Economic&Technological Developement Zone
Shanghai Minhang Economic&Technological Developement Zone
In 2012, the Shanghai Minhang ETDZ’s gross industrial output value increased 3.1% to RMB 46.63 billion. The sales revenue in the zone was RMB 48.66 billion, up 9.33% year on year. Major investors include GE, ABB, Michelin, Siemens, Fuji Xerox, Yili, Pepsi, Coca- Cola, Johnson & Johnson, and Schneider. Huntsman, the world’s leading special-chemical manufacturer in the world, entered the zone in 1996. It invested US$10 million to build the largest mixing plant in Asia within the zone in the same year. In 2008, it set up its third global research and development center in Minhang ETDZ to provide state-of-the-art technologies and services to customers in the Asia Pacific region.
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
The Industrial Internet Consortium was founded in March 2014 to bring together the organizations and technologies necessary to accelerate the growth of the Industrial Internet by identifying, assembling and promoting best practices. Membership includes small and large technology innovators, vertical market leaders, researchers, universities and government organizations.Industrial Internet Consortium Working Groups coordinate and establish the priorities and enabling technologies of the Industrial Internet in order to accelerate market adoption and drive down the barriers to entry. There are currently 19 Working Groups and teams, broken into 7 broad areas: • Business Strategy and Solution Lifecycle• Legal• Marketing• Membership• Security• Technology• TestbedsThese groups are comprised of Industrial Internet Consortium member company representatives. Member companies can assign an unlimited number of individuals to the Working Groups, which follows the one vote, one company rule.Testbeds are a major focus and activity of the Industrial Internet Consortium and its members. The Testbed Working Group accelerates the creation of testbeds for the Industrial Internet and serves as the advisory body for testbed proposal activities for our members. It is the centralized group which collects testbed ideas from our member companies and provides the members with systematic yet flexible guidance for new testbed proposals. Our testbeds are where the innovation and opportunities of the Industrial Internet – new technologies, new applications, new products, new services, new processes – can be initiated, thought through, and rigorously tested to ascertain their usefulness and viability before coming to market. Learn more about testbeds in general and specific testbeds below.
Object Management Group (OMG)
Object Management Group (OMG)
Object Management Group (OMG) is international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium. OMG standards are driven by vendors, end-users, academic institutions and government agencies. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG’s modeling standards, including the Unified Modeling Language® (UML®) and Model Driven Architecture® (MDA®), enable powerful visual design, execution and maintenance of software and other processes. OMG also hosts organizations such as the user-driven information-sharing Cloud Standards Customer Council™ (CSCC™) and the IT industry software quality standardization group, the Consortium for IT Software Quality™ (CISQ™). OMG also manages the Industrial Internet Consortium, the public-private partnership that was formed in 2014 with AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM, and Intel to forward the development, adoption, and innovation of the Industrial IoT.Our members include hundreds of organizations including software end-users in over two dozen vertical markets (from finance to healthcare and automotive to insurance) and virtually every large organization in the technology industry. OMG’s one organization- one vote policy ensures that every member organization- whether large or small- has an effective voice in our voting process. At OMG, specification adoption is the starting point rather than the end of the process. Our “No Shelf-ware” policy bars all proposed specifications that do not have an implementation plan from being adopted by OMG. This guarantees that all OMG specifications are immediately useable. Furthermore, we do not just focus on the specification itself - we focus on the whole product: with corresponding seminars, workshops, certification, books and more! OMG hosts four technical meetings throughout the year. These meetings give OMG members and interested nonmembers the opportunity to collaborate in a centralized location, learn about technology standards products and processes at tutorials, and attend special information day events on current trending hot topics. While technical meetings provide a centralized location for Task Forces and Working Groups to work together, they are merely checkpoints with the bulk of the work between members taking place electronically via email, teleconferences, and on wikis.In addition to technical meetings, OMG acts as event producer for conferences and workshops for its members around the world, including the Internationalization & Unicode Conference.OMG maintains liaison relationships with dozens of other organizations including ISO (which publishes many OMG standards without edits), Health Level Seven (HL7), and the Data Transparency Coalition.
Number of Use Cases5
Industrial Digital Thread
Industrial Digital Thread
The digital thread refers to the communication framework that allows a connected data flow and integrated view of the asset’s data throughout its lifecycle across traditionally siloed functional perspectives. The digital thread concept raises the bar for delivering “the right information to the right place at the right time.”The Industrial Digital Thread (IDT) testbed drives efficiency, speed, and flexibility through digitization and automation of manufacturing processes and procedures. It collects information in the design, manufacturing, service and supply-chain setup, and provides access to intelligent analytics for industrial manufacturing and performance data.The Digital Thread integrates design, engineering, manufacturing and MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) systems, establishing a seamless flow of information. This type of integration employs data and analytics across the complete product life cycle, optimizing efficiency, from design to manufacturing, operations and maintenance to service in a closed loop.
Asset Health Management (AHM)
Asset Health Management (AHM)
Asset Health Management refers to the process of analyzing the health of an asset as determined by operational requirements. The health of an asset in itself relates to the asset's utility, its need to be replaced, and its need for maintenance. It can be broken down into three key components:Monitoring: Tracking the current operating status of the asset.Diagnostic Analysis: Comparing real-time data to historical data in order to detect anomalies.Prognostic Analysis: Identifying and prioritizing specific actions to maximize the remaining useful life of the asset based on analysis of real-time and historical data.
Industrial Wearables
Industrial Wearables
Industrial wearable devices are tools designed to improve workplace productivity, safety and efficiency in sectors such manufacturing, logistics, and mining. These devices collect data in real time, track activities, provide alerts, and provide customized experiences depending on the users' needs and organizational objectives. They are typically designed for specific situations or industry verticals, as opposed to consumer wearables which are often general in function.  Industrial wearables can be designed to aid a worker in performing specific tasks or to measure health parameters for working in dangerous environments. In addition to performing a specific function for their wearer, the devices can be linked to enterprise systems. For example, linking wearables worn by employees in hazardous environments to employee welfare programs can be used to track and provide evidence of the wellbeing of employees, thereby reducing health insurance costs.
Number of Terms2
Platform
Platform
A short-hand for “technology” or “software” platform, which is the digital layer that allows business partners to connect and interact from any applications or devices.
Predix
Predix
An industrial internet PaaS offering by General Electric that includes cloud, secure connected assets, data management and data science components.
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