Articles & News on Asset Management
- by Mr. Sumit Prasad
- January 11, 2021
This article discusses five potential use-cases that Blockchain based Intellectual Property Management presents in the current state of intellectual property industry.
- January 7, 2021
- by Matthew Dyson
- January 5, 2021
Smart buildings promise automated control of the buildings' operations, along with integrated technology for human-machine interactions. Such functionality requires multiple sensors, to which printed/flexible electronics are very well suited due to their low weight and thin-film form factor.
- December 23, 2020
Report highlights the profound impact of the pandemic on the world of procurement, with over 50% of companies reporting supply chain disruption.
Electrocomponents Collaborates with Industry specialists to Develop New Method of Inspecting Petrochemical Storage Tanks
- December 16, 2020
RS Monition and DesignSpark help multidisciplinary consortium, Project nautilUS, to develop sustainable, intrinsically safe robot for tank inspection.
- December 15, 2020
Sine’s visitor management software, designed with mobile users in mind, will augment Honeywell’s Connected Buildings offerings with expanded safety, security and compliance capabilities.
- December 4, 2020
As of October 2020, HMS Networks is certified according to the IEC62443-4-1:2018 standard.
Yokogawa & Power Factors Announce Reseller Agreement for Renewable Energy Asset Performance Management Platform
- December 2, 2020
Integration with Yokogawa portfolio makes possible a “sensor-to-enterprise” solution for solar, wind and energy storage projects.
- by Bryan Christiansen
- December 1, 2020
Industrial automation has been a bit slower to make an impact on the maintenance department. The nature of the work and the conservative tendencies of industry are perhaps some reasons for this. Recently, though, there has been more focus on automation in maintenance. These efforts have led to influence maintenance in several ways, which will be covered below.
Memorandum of Understanding Formalizes Collaboration between NEMA and the Unified Bulk Joint Industry Project
- November 25, 2020
NEMA announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the NEMA Cable Tray Section and the Unified Bulk Joint Industry Project (UBJIP) to develop harmonized cable tray requirements that are within the scope of NEMA Cable Tray Standards, Metal Cable Tray Systems, and Cable Tray Installation Guidelines.
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