Welcome to the monthly recap of The Real-Time Enterprise – June’s Must Reads on Smart Manufacturing, Event-Driven Applications, AI, and Edge Computing!
Included are the top tweets, LinkedIn posts, and blogs discussing digital transformation, IoT, real-time enterprise applications, and much more from the month of May – as chosen by you, our readers.
The spread of advanced automation technology in manufacturing is advancing rapidly, with facilities—both old and new—implementing the latest in smart manufacturing and intelligent robotic systems.
What AI and machine learning mean for the future of work prompts vigorous debate and gloomy headlines — but MIT researchers see brighter, more collaborative prospects.
Blaine Mathieu, VANTIQ CMO, along with Vilavanh Messien and Stephane Marcon of Infosquare, discuss how companies deploy digital transformation initiatives with companies like VANTIQ to accelerate their innovation and stay ahead of competition.
Beyond much of the hype, there is an actual movement when it comes to digital transformation. It is enabling organizations to develop new sales channels, new markets, and exponentially grow opportunities in ways never before experienced.
As they grapple with application backlogs and a shortage of seasoned, business-savvy developers, enterprises will increasingly look to drag-and-drop programming options.
Enterprises across all sectors struggle to leverage digital transformation efforts. Here are a few things to consider when you work on a digital strategy.
As OEMs and suppliers alike wrestle to convert Big Data to Smart Data, Industry 4.0 and digitalization, plus cloud-based technologies for production monitoring and management, how do manufacturers best work together with end-users to achieve today’s production targets and plan future facilities?
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