Suppliers United States GE Digital (General Electric)

GE Digital (General Electric)

Discover the Industrial Internet of Things
United States
2015
Public
NYSE: GE
> $10b
> 50,000
Open website
GE is a leading provider of automation and controls technology and services for power generation, distribution and adjacent applications across industry. Our differentiated Industrial Internet solutions enable customers to optimize equipment performance and ensure reliable and efficient operations by connecting their machines, data, insights and people. Our dedicated team includes some of the best minds in automation capable of solving our customers’ toughest challenges.

GE provides industrial software, control systems, and embedded computing platforms that help connect, monitor, analyze, predict and optimize operations like never before. By combining our innovative, high-performance technology solutions with deep industry expertise and know-how, we’re transforming the way companies grow their profitability and competitive edge.

The range of software products and services includes Asset Performance Management (APM), Brilliant Manufacturing software, ICS cyber security and HMI/SCADA software, primarily powered by the established Predix IoT Platform.
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The Industrial Internet is changing the way industries work. By combining Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication, industrial Big Data analytics, technology, cyber security and automation, it’s driving new levels of efficiency and productivity.

According to GE, GE Digital will bring together:
- GE's Software Center;
- Global IT and commercial software teams;
- Wurldtech, which provides industrial security systems.
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Hardware
Software
Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Services
Bringing together software, hardware, middleware, and infrastructure components to build an end-to-end solution based on specific client requirements.
Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
Number of Case Studies5
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.
IIC Smart Airline Baggage Management Testbed
IIC Smart Airline Baggage Management Testbed
Unlike the airline reservation systems with a limited number of global providers like Amadeus, Travelport, Sabre and Share, the ecosystem around the airports and airlines is heavily fragmented. There are no centralized systems that can unify all its stakeholders’ data such as: • Airline • Passengers • Airport vendors like baggage handling companies, fuel and catering providers • Airport tenant (shops, malls etc.) • Parking and ground transportation • Security (TSA) & Regulatory bodies Many luggage tracking systems at the moment are simply isolated mobile smartphone applications tied into a proprietary third-party web application using such things as Bluetooth baggage tags. The challenge that the Smart Airline Baggage Management testbed is addressing is bringing together and integrating disparate and isolated airline enterprise applications and systems into a single solution to better handle smart baggage across the airline and aviation ecosystems. GOALS The Smart Airline Baggage Management testbed, part of a broader aviation ecosystem vision, is aimed at reducing the instances of delayed, damaged and lost bags leading to lower economic risk exposure to the airlines; increasing the ability to track and report on baggage including location and weight changes to prevent theft and loss; and improve customer satisfaction through better communication including offering new value-added services to frequent flyers. The testbed is also aimed at helping airlines address the new baggage handling requirements set out by IATA in Resolution 753 requiring airlines to implement more comprehensive acquisition and delivery solutions for baggage tracking and handling by June 2018. This target is also outlined in the broader IATA 2015 White Paper titled “Simplifying the Business.”
Proactive Maintenance Saving Millions of Dollars
Proactive Maintenance Saving Millions of Dollars
One of the world’s largest exploration and production companies was operating as leanly as possible given the prolonged slump in oil prices. As such, an operational parameter wasn’t effectively monitored and equipment failure went unnoticed in the machines.
Number of Software3
Asset Performance Management
Asset Performance Management
GE’s Asset Performance Management (APM), powered by Predix, is a suite of cloud-based software and service solutions that works across all equipment, all OEMs, and all industries—across the plant and across the fleet. The solutions cover the full range of APM needs--Machine & Equipment Health, Reliability Management, and Maintenance Optimization--to help asset-centric industrial companies increase uptime, decrease costs, and reduce operational risks. Learn how you can unlock your data value.+ Move from Reactive to Proactive GE’s Asset Performance Management (APM), powered by Predix, is a suite of cloud-based software and service solutions that works across all equipment, all OEMs, and all industries—across the plant and across the fleet. The solutions cover the full range of APM needs--Machine & Equipment Health, Reliability Management, and Maintenance Optimization--to help asset-centric industrial companies increase uptime, decrease costs, and reduce operational risks. Learn how you can unlock your data value.+ APM Covers Your Needs Using APM is a three-step process—and we can help you no matter where you are along the journey. With APM, you’ll first understand how your machines are currently performing. Then you’ll move to improving your performance, while reducing costs and minimizing risks to your people and the environment. Finally, you’ll optimize your performance by making step-change improvements in your maintenance efficiency and effectiveness.
HMI-SCADA Suite
HMI-SCADA Suite
Powered by the Industriall Internet, GE's proven HMI/SCADA solutions precisely monitor, control and visualize every aspect of your operations for intelligent control using high-performance technology. With a quick glance, operators know what’s important and the right actions to drive increased efficiency and reduced costs.HMI-SCADA iFIX - iFIX is the industrial automation system of choice for many applications, ranging from common HMI, to complex SCADA.HMI-SCADA CIMPLICITY - CIMPLICITY is a proven automation and control platform, making it the HMI/SCADA choice for many of the world’s largest manufacturers.Workflow - GE's Workflow helps you prevent mistakes, reduce response times, and optimize processes for greater productivity, less risk, and higher quality.Mobile - Take industrial automation to a new level with GE Mobile Apps, transforming operational data into actionable information, accessible anywhere, anytime.
Brilliant Manufacturing Suite
Brilliant Manufacturing Suite
Field-tested and optimized within GE’s own factories, the Brilliant Manufacturing suite maximizes manufacturing production performance through advanced real-time analytics to enable all manufacturers to realize GE’s Brilliant Factory vision.GE’s industrial strength Brilliant Manufacturing Suite leverages GE’s Predix platform for edge-to-cloud connectivity, security and manufacturing analytics. Best-of-breed Predix capabilities are extended with a rich partner ecosystem that includes Cisco and PTC. Together, these solutions implement GE’s Brilliant Manufacturing Suite.Brilliant Manufacturing Efficiency Analyzer - Get a single, up-to-date view of your entire production process with GE's Efficiency Analyzer.Plant Pulse Optimizer - Plant Pulse Optimizer provides a panoramic view of all production activity for all factory personnel via real-time, multi-shift based KPIs.Plant Applications - Plant Applications helps process manufacturers, such as Food & Beverage, collect and analyze data to help manage highly automated processes.Tracker Software - Accelerate Time-to-Market and improve Just-In-Sequence performance at global scale with Tracker asset tracking software for automotive manufacturers.Discrete Manufacturing Software - Stay competitive with reduced WIP, tighter control on quality & a streamlined supply chain with GE’s Discrete Manufacturing production management solution.
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