GE brings Industrial Internet to Chicago with Connected World

Source: GE

Oct 10, 2013

Discover the power of high performance technology solutions at GE's Connected World event on Tuesday, October 15, 2013. Learn how the Industrial Internet is bringing together machines, data, insights, and people to dramatically improve your business.

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Breakout sessions

Discrete Manufacturing: Staying competitive in a connected world

In today’s world, small changes can mean big outcomes. GE is placing big bets in software digitization and analytic solutions that will make manufacturing operations more profitable by enabling faster production, improved quality and lower costs. Join GE as they take a look at how MES digitization in complex discrete manufacturing at the plant level increases competitiveness and GE’s proven approach to achieve it.

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Food & Beverage and Consumer Packaged Goods: Recover cost, improve productivity and maximize margins while driving market responsiveness

The volatile nature of today’s consumer markets impacts Food & Beverage and Consumer Packaged Goods companies in many different ways. Some are squeezed on margins and must find ways to take cost out, while others need to increase throughput and yield to meet demand. To succeed in this competitive environment, manufacturers need to improve their operations for greater efficiency without the cost burden of large capital investments by gaining more information about their process. Join GE as they explore how collecting the right data can improve your quality, reduce process variation, and help prove your products are safe.

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Mission Critical: Preventing Unplanned Downtime

In today’s connected world, even a short period of downtime can lead to catastrophic effects and exponential costs. Businesses with mission-critical applications such as data centers, oil & gas operations, financial institutions, and hospitals, face intense pressure to maximize system uptime, availability, and efficiency. Join GE as they feature critical power technology updates and strategies on how to leverage these technologies to deliver consistent power, increased operational efficiency, and lower total operating costs.

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Heavy Industry: Increase productivity, reduce downtime and improve safety to drive smarter, connected operations

Operators in heavy industries such as oil & gas, power and metals and mining face tough challenges to continuously operate in the harshest environments. The intense pressure for faster production, supply and demand optimization, improved safety and environmental compliance, and reduced risk means today’s companies have to drive smarter operations.

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Water: Intelligent water solutions maximize operations with greater efficiency and accountability while minimizing cost

As water resources become more challenging and environmental regulations become more stringent, treating water and wastewater is becoming increasingly more technically complex. And, in a connected environment operators are challenged with issues of control, data, mobility, and more.

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