Most digital projects today rely heavily on disparate data generated from censored, physical objects or “things” – as used in the common term, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). To put some numbers on this, Gartner, Inc. forecasted that 8.4 billion connected things would be in use, worldwide by 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. The number of individual sensors could top one trillion as of 2020 according to estimates from several companies and industry groups. As the number of installed, object-level sensors increase, vast quantities of new data are sent, stored and must be analyzed to build predictive models and prevent break down on equipment; this is accomplished by developing and training predictive algorithms in the form of neural networks and implementing those algorithms within the appropriate technology-based solution frameworks.
Shifting from Reactive to Predictive in Energy: Driving Valuable Outcomes in a New Digital Landscape, Part 1
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02 . 12 . 21
Using AI to Detect Cyber Incursions – How cyber secure are you?Did you know that in Australia, a cyber-attack occurs on critical infrastructure every 32 minutes? Did you know that around 45% of cyber attacks come from current or past employees? State of Matter hosted a webinar for the Australian audience in November on the topic of “Using innovative AI to detect cyber incursions” with guest […]Read more
01 . 12 . 21
Asset management in public transport: How do you realize value with predictive strategies?Introduction Implementing, structuring, and managing data for automation / infrastructure can be a challenge. Despite the challenge, many organisations want to transform their traditional infrastructure organisation into a data-driven organisation. They do so because of an ambition to progress from planned to predictive maintenance, to take advantage of new technologies, such as drones and sensors, […]Read more
03 . 11 . 21
Cordence Worldwide Executives gather in Paris to get ahead of what’s nextCordence Worldwide Executives gathered in Paris last week for a hybrid meeting to shape the strategies and solutions to help their clients get ahead of what’s next. Living the reality of post-pandemic ways of working, Cordence Member firms in Europe met in person, with member firms from AsiaPac and the Americas participating virtually. This hybrid […]Read more
03 . 11 . 21
Cordence Festival 2021: That’s a Wrap!The First Cordence Festival 2021 came at a time when we haven’t been able to meet for over a year, but in the four days of the Festival, the member firms and the Cordence team were more connected than ever. In more than 25 sessions our member firms showed the power of Cordence and their […]Read more
01 . 04 . 21
Asset Management in Public Transport: The Data Maturity Journey from Planned to Predictive MaintenanceIntroduction In a rapidly modernizing world, many organisations aim to transform their traditional infrastructure organisation into a dynamic, data-driven one. They are propelled by an ambition to progress from planned to predictive maintenance, maximize their budgets and financial efficiency, and take advantage of new technologies. Information systems, based on data, make better and faster decisions […]Read more
04 . 03 . 21
Managed Services Pods Are A Slam DunkRead more
Looking for a better way to build teams, embed expertise and unlock rapid value in Managed Services?
Cordence partner North Highland shares how Managed Services Pods are a Slam Dunk.
25 . 02 . 21
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Cordence partner Bonfiglioli Consulting shares a case history using their Sales & Operations Planning and the important results achieved.
18 . 02 . 21
How do you adapt your organization to the post-corona work environment?Read more
How do you adapt your organization to the post-COVID work environment?
COVID has changed the function of the office building and the way we work forever. Cordence partner Twynstra Gudde shares their blog on how to get start.
Learn how below.