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- 12/30/15--03:34: 2015 In Review: GE’s Digital Industrial Revolution
- 01/28/16--05:52: Are You Ready For Digital Oil?
- 02/24/16--07:29: Video: Predix Now Open For All Industrial Internet Developers
- 02/29/16--06:01: “We Have Grit,” Jeff Immelt Tells Shareowners In His Annual Letter
- 03/22/16--07:50: Bloomberg Businessweek: How GE Became A 124-Year-Old Startup
- 04/25/16--14:21: How The Third Wave Of The Internet Is Stoking The Second Machine Age
- 05/02/16--02:37: Jurassic Hardware: Steven Spielberg’s Father Was A Computing Pioneer
- 06/23/16--08:00: The Rising Digital Tide Is Lifting GE, Industry
Building a house or renovating an apartment typically involves brute force and noise, frayed nerves, busted budgets and, sometimes, poisoned relations with neighbors. But homeowners in Japan can now rely on software-enabled technology to take out some of the pain. “Remodeling requires many specific capabilities and techniques, like how to install units without affecting other […]
The post Going Number One Or Zero: This Japanese Company Just Brought The Binary Code Into the Bathroom appeared first on GE Reports.
John Flannery, GE Healthcare’s chief executive officer, told the Financial Times that when he started his job last year, he “didn’t come with a mandate to do big M&A.” Instead, Flannery, who held many different GE jobs during his 27 years with the company, said he would be focusing on organic growth. He’s taking advantage of GE’s […]
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GE has been around for more than a century, but few years in its history have been as important for the future of the company as the one that’s just ending. GE started transforming itself into the world’s largest digital industrial company by selling GE Capital assets valued at more than $100 billion. It also […]
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GE Oil & Gas became the latest GE business to launch its own digital division. The unit launched a pilot project with BP to help the energy company reduce unplanned downtime by deploying software and analytics, and partnered with “subsurface” software company Paradigm. “Digitization has become not only a competitive differentiator but increasingly, a necessity,” […]
Few people can fathom the sheer size of the World Wide Web, the most visible part of the Internet where we shop, meet friends, read news and watch movies. But the Web will soon be a minnow when compared to the immensity of the Industrial Internet, a fast-growing network connecting machines and devices of all […]
GE spent $1 billion over the last few years to develop Predix, the cloud-based platform that has allowed GE to securely collect data from jet engines, gas turbines and MRI scanners, analyze it and then use the results to make them run better. Last fall GE gave access to Predix to a select group of partners and customers. […]
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GE opened Predix, its cloud-based operating system for the Industrial Internet, to all users at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Monday. As of now, companies of all stripes can start using it to write industrial applications and make their machines and factories run better. But a handful of businesses have had access to a beta […]
The post The Power Of Predix: An Inside Look At How Pitney Bowes Is Using The Industrial Internet Platform appeared first on GE Reports.
Speaking last fall from Studio 8H inside New York’s 30 Rockefeller Plaza — best known as the set of “Saturday Night Live” — GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt told a crowd of investors and analysts how he was turning the 138-year-old business into the world’s largest digital-industrial company. He wasn’t joking. “We’re the only […]
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When the large Pakistani textile maker Sapphire Group wanted to secure a reliable supply of electricity for its mills recently, it didn’t just build a new power plant. The company used a technology called digital twin to model the entire plant inside the cloud, run simulations and come up with the optimal way to design […]
The post Here’s How Digital Electricity Will Change The Power Industry All The Way To Your Home appeared first on GE Reports.
The cover story in the new issue of Bloomberg Businessweek takes stock of GE’s transformation into a digital-industrial company and explains how “GE became a 124-year-old startup.” The magazine writes that a decade after he took over, the long bet GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt took “on the Internet of Really Big Things seems […]
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There are few people with better first-hand knowledge of the Internet’s history than AOL founder Steve Case. That’s why we should pay attention when he proclaims we haven’t seen anything yet. “The Third Wave is the era when the Internet stops belonging to Internet companies,” he writes in his new book, The Third Wave. “It […]
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From Thomas Edison to former President Ronald Reagan and novelist Kurt Vonnegut, GE has employed a number of luminaries since its founding 124 years ago. One famous name missing from this list was Spielberg. Long before GE started connecting machines to the Industrial Internet, one Arnold Spielberg helped revolutionize computing when he designed the GE-225 mainframe computer […]
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For futurist and X Prize Foundation founder Peter Diamandis, times have been always been a-changin’. But never as much as right now. “We are in a period when extraordinary things are starting to happen,” Diamandis said last week at the Exponential Manufacturing summit in Boston, an event held by Singularity University, the future-facing think tank/startup […]
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If you want to see the future of electricity, grab an espresso and head to Northern Italy. There, just outside the industrial city of Turin, the combination of renewable energy, traditional generation and a high-voltage cable from France has created more power supply than the region can absorb. So much so, in fact, the glut […]
The post The Lazarus Project: How Software Brought To Life A Decommissioned Power Plant In Italy’s Industrial Heart appeared first on GE Reports.
When Credit Lyonnais built itself a grand new office near the Opera in the center of Paris in the 1870s, it used a piece of the Louvre as a model and commissioned Gustave Eiffel’s atelier to design its soaring glass canopy. Even today, the building remains a big draw for new generations of engineers. Except […]
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GE just picked up a head of steam and put it in the cloud. It was just in April that GE Power, the GE business that makes power generation equipment, acquired the Boston-based machine learning and data analytics startup NeuCo Inc., which uses software and artificial intelligence to improve the efficiency of coal-fired power plants. […]
The city of Briançon sits in a mountainous corner of France that has become a popular destination for cycling fans, who flock to the punishing Tour de France stages there. But it may soon become a required stop for the energy geeks too. That’s because a dam in the hills above the city recently started […]
The post Tour De Force: This New Software Is Helping Digitize An Ancient Source Of Energy – Water appeared first on GE Reports.
A brand-new GE factory in Florida is feeding production data into evolutionary algorithms built on Predix — GE’s cloud-based operating system for the Industrial Internet — to essentially apply the principles of natural selection to capacitors and develop better products. In the French Alps, a team of hydro engineers are using the system’s machine-learning capacity […]
Virtual reality became domesticated last year — at least in America — when the VR viewer Google Cardboard arrived for the first time with the Sunday New York Times. Today, you could use it to explore Pluto’s frigid heart or climb to the top of 1 World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan. As thrilling and […]
The post Call Of Duty: This Woman Is Using Video Games, Kinect And VR To Make Actual Factories Work Better appeared first on GE Reports.
Swiss company Schindler Group may not be a household name, but the 142-year old company is one of the world’s biggest elevator, escalator and moving walkway companies. Its products haul millions of people every day, and soon it will also move gigabytes of data. Schindler has just teamed up with GE Digital to connect some […]
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