One of the biggest challenges facing today’s textile industry is the fact that it for the most part still relies on human vision and manual inspection for defect detection, meaning the industry not only operates on thin margins but also has a considerably high defect rate.

Growing urbanization rising energy demand and increasing costs have further motivated the power sector to utilize their electrical system capabilities more efficiently and smartly – toward smart substation transformation.  The three main challenges of grid modernization are climate change driving extreme weather events impacting electrical grid changes, increased risk of cyberattacks on grid infrastructure, and high penetration of renewable energy sources which increases power flow complexities.

With technological advances in Internet of things (IoT) and big data analytics, digital information technology (IT) systems are rapidly integrating with operational technology (OT) systems, merging business processes, insights and controls into a single uniform environment, to accelerate improving productivity, streamlining workflows, and increasing bottom lines for industries including manufacturing, utility, transportation, communications, medical and retail.

A dairy product company with more than 600 employees, a fleet of 80 trucks and 700 vehicles wishes to further ensure production safety and perimeter security by streamlining their factory facilities’ surveillance system; one of their most expansive production areas extends over 50,000 square meters and is located right next to a wooded land.

Substations are the hearts of the power grid, enabling the complex process of transmission and distribution of electricity. Increasing new loads and maintaining system reliability while reducing machinery and labor costs is a continuous challenge for substation managers. A digital substation can help reduce costs, increase system reliability, and even integrate into eco-friendly power initiatives.

Countless mines worldwide are already deploying autonomous driving mining vehicles to improve productivity and safety. In this post, we will review an autonomous driving vehicle solution that relies on different components, including in-vehicle computing, devices, networks, and the cloud.

The pinnacle of commercial recreation on the high seas comes in the form of large cruise ships that accommodate thousands of passengers and crew, essentially a small city in the middle of the ocean. In the world of cruise ships, delivering a quality user experience and safety for cruise passengers and crew is of utmost importance. There is a multitude of ways in which software-defined networking (SDN) and SD-WAN can enhance the networking capability of those operating out to sea.

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