In the news, your manufacturing IT clients could be seeking solutions that help control energy costs this year, and the IoT has potential for manufacturing, but it also creates a potential market for IT solutions providers to sell security solutions.
Standards group GS1 US has issued a new protocol outlining tagged-item requirements that assigns grades to EPC (electronic product code) ultrahigh-frequency UHF RFID tag specification and that standardizes testing.
In the news, an article shows the ROI of automating service contracts, and the Conference Board Index shows a gain for the fourth straight month.
In the news, factory production rate is its fastest in four years, marketing technology can benefit from lean principles, and measures you can take to prevent data loss.
LNS Research is introducing its Asset Performance Management (APM) Research Library this month, and in a recent blog post Dan Miklovic unveils a sneak peek at the top three trends that manufacturing will see have an effect on APM in 2015, with the third related to APM solutions providers.
The growing popularity of wearable technology is apparent from the statistic that 19 million devices shipped in 2014 — compared to 5.9 million in 2013 — the wearable market grew at an annual rate of 54.7 percent.
In the news, the manufacturing sector added an average of 16,000 jobs per month in 2014, and tech trends predicted for your manufacturing IT clients are related to Big Data and additive manufacturing.
According to a Frost and Sullivan report, the convergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, Big Data, and data analytics offers a wide range of new business opportunities in building technology.
The potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) sparked many ideas throughout 2014. Looking ahead to what 2015 could bring, in an LNS Research blog post, Matthew Littlefield makes three predictions related to the IoT and industry.
Realizing how Big Data analytics can have an impact in industry and healthcare is becoming more widely known, according to research from GE and Accenture.