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Satellite IoT Solutions for the Middle East: Free Live Webinar Coming June 29

We’re excited to join our partners at Inmarsat for a new webinar on the IoT and telecommunication challenges in the Energy, Transportation and Aid & NGO sectors in the Middle East.   Our experts will join the panel to talk about how satellite IoT solutions are enabling organizations to

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Remote Monitoring and Big Data at the Core of SCADA Centers

GE is taking their remote monitoring services to a whole new level. The machinery giant has opened three facilities around the world to provide 24 x 7 real-time monitoring and diagnostic services for its global base of 800 gas turbines

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‘Pit to Port’ Visibility, Analytics Help Mining Companies Dig Out from Decline

2014 has been another tough year for mining companies around the world. With shifting demand, weaker commodity prices, more stringent government regulations and higher input and production costs, mining companies are being forced to re-evaluate the way they do business,

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Remote Monitoring in the Compression Market: Beyond “Is This Thing On?”

In a recent article in COMPRESSORtech2 magazine, the authors discuss some interesting points about why machine-level remote monitoring in the compression market is on the rise. Initially adoption of remote monitoring solutions was slow and it was all about ensuring

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Mobile Workforce Trends: (In-Field) Information is Power

It’s no secret that transportation, utility and energy are witnessing significant gains by deploying mobile field service solutions that increase productivity and profitably while decreasing costs. But according to a new study by the Aberdeen Group entitled Service Lifecycle Excellence: Resolution at

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