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Michelle
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6/30/2017 | 8:12:19 PM
Re: GE
I hadn't thought of that, but yes -- lots of plain ol' data from sensors!
maryam@impact
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6/30/2017 | 6:11:59 PM
Re: GE
Great point and sensor data is less likely to have errors, it's almost completely objective!
Michelle
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6/26/2017 | 10:49:14 PM
Re: GE
@kq4ym I agree. I think it was a natural move from sensor technology to analyzing the data they collect. It's a smart move taken early in the lifecyle of the technology.
maryam@impact
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6/26/2017 | 12:52:19 PM
Re: GE
Absolutely and that is where automation and AI can really be a great combination to address issues real time and implement solutions without downtime or human interventions that might cause delays.
kq4ym
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6/26/2017 | 9:14:57 AM
Re: GE
GE's move is not so surprising of course since they've been so heavily into the industrial market for years and those machines in the gas and oil, energy and other heavy industrial facilities have for some time been using sensors and data to help prevent downtime and analyze how to make the best of efficiencies in practive and in design.
Phil_Britt
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6/15/2017 | 10:47:14 PM
Re: GE
@Michelle,

While it seems you've been writing about this for some time, the time between 2.5 and "the soon to come 3G" seemed like a decade. 
Ariella
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6/14/2017 | 2:40:54 PM
Re: GE
@Michelle I guess that the difference between announcing things for the company from within it and seeing the ramifications of its products a few years later.
Michelle
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6/14/2017 | 2:25:16 PM
Re: GE
I thought of Predix too. They're finally rolling out the predictive maintenance tools they've been talking about for so long.

 

Also, it feels like old news to writers who've been covering this stuff for a while...
maryam@impact
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6/14/2017 | 12:06:06 PM
Re: GE
Scott it's a great point, the IoT will make great inroads in manufacturing especially since many of the processes are repetitive and don't require judgment. This is really the area that AI will grow up in and save costs to companies through efficiencies and accuracy gains not easily achieved with humans.
Ariella
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6/14/2017 | 12:05:52 PM
Re: GE
@Scott agreed. It's come a long, long way from a name merely associated with lightbulbs and the like.
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