In manufacturing, unplanned downtime leads to billions of dollars lost each year. But with data coming from connected industrial assets, downtime can be minimized. IoT data provides predictive analytics that keep critical assets up and running. Additionally, Augmented Reality is transforming the way products can be serviced by enabling a technician to visualize IoT data in real-time and understand the current operating conditions of an asset along with any alerts and repairs that may be necessary. Learn how National Instruments, ThingWorx, RealWear and OSIsoft are working together to reduce unplanned downtime in critical assets.
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In the fast-moving mining sector, it is crucial to access and track assets in real-time, and make informed decisions that can spur the next wave of safety, efficiency and industry transformation. Join ThingWorx as we show our Mining Truck IoT application, built on the ThingWorx Platform and integrated with the OSIsoft PI System framework and database. In any competitive market, every effort to improve margins using intelligence is necessary. We’ll show you just how easy it is with ThingWorx and OSIsoft.
In this video interview, PTC’s Mike Campbell and Tom Mainelli of IDC discuss the business value of AR and use cases of organizations using AR technology today.
Picture a working, connected beer brewery infused with technology – a the perfect environment to showcase PTC’s ThingWorx Foundation and Augmented Reality (ThingWorx Studio) with the RealWear head-mounted tablet.
If the adage that “Content is King” is true for AR, then rapid scale and adoption of AR in the industrial enterprise depends first and foremost on content-empowering solutions.
PTC President and CEO, Jim Heppelmann, collaborated on a multi-year research project on the Internet of Things (IoT) with Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School. Their research findings were published in two Harvard Business Review articles, exploring the impact of the IoT on industry competition and on companies’ organizational structure. Their ongoing research now explores the emerging trend of Augmented Reality (AR), creating new experiences and opportunities for competitive advantage in the IoT. The IoT has become the defining technological advancement of this era, and Jim Heppelmann delivers a visionary and research driven framework for how companies can capitalize on the convergence of the digital and physical worlds.
To find the true value in IoT data, organizations must be able to deliver powerful, automated analytics capabilities to solutions – including real-time pattern & anomaly detection, automated predictive analytics, and contextualized recommendations.
Traditional reporting and visualization approaches are not well-suited for IoT data analysis. They can be complex, typically require some manual intervention, and yield limited visibility and insights. For IoT users, time is critical – analytics must be contained within their solutions in a way that is both real-time and proactive.
Smart, connected things, by definition, generate data – and within that data lays a wealth of previously unattainable, invaluable insights. As the number of connected devices grows into the billions, the demand for more, better information from IoT data is outpaced only by the growth of the data itself.
Tom Mainelli, analyst at IDC, explains how AR is used today and highlights the benefits of using this technology.
IDC analyst, Tom Mainelli, discusses how AR will impact the world and the way we do business.
Watch this video to learn how to turn your connected product data into meaningful insights that translate to business value.
ThingWorx EVP Mike Campbell discusses PTC’s focus on IoT and AR with theCUBE at GE Minds + Machines.
Learn how GE Transportation is leveraging ThingWorx to ensure more precise service to meet demand.
Product developers leverage the power of machine learning with ThingWorx Analytics.
In order to not only inspire our participants but also showcase the amazing community for AR, VR, and MR in the Boston area, Hill Holliday helped us produce a video to highlight the amazing companies, organizations, and individuals leading the charge into the world of immersive technologies.
Watch this video to learn about AR for the Industrial Enterprise and see how you can leverage existing IoT and CAD data to create innovative new experiences that deliver value across the organization and to customers.
Device Authority’s extension can provide end-to-end encryption of data from the factory floor to ThingWorx.
See how a manufacturer of flow management products uses ThingWorx Analytics to predict failures using real-time pattern and anomaly detection.
Elisa, the leading Finish Telecommunications provider uses ThingWorx to build their own IoT solutions as well as providing the Platform to their partners in a PaaS distribution model.
Elisa chose ThingWorx for its rapid application building capabilities and its open platform strategy that allows customers to use the cloud of their choice and store their data within any given territory. Elisa has also extended their investments in ThingWorx by including Analytics, Machine Learning and AR capabilities. By using ThingWorx, Elisa is developing new business models packaged with their connectivity and hosting offerings.
Learn about Vuforia Studio, a suite of technologies that integrate 3D CAD data and animations with the ThingWorx platform, enabling quick and easy AR creation.
Machina Research – Matt Hatton defines IoT and how ThingWorx delivers a scalable solution.