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Quick Wins in the Battle for Higher Energy Availability

Short duration alarms, performance analyses, and availability calculation allow operators to prevent energy grid loss and identify quick improvements.
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Siemens and the Holy Trinity of the Digital Substation

Decentralization, decarbonization, digitalisation, and a rapidly expanding IoT capable infrastructure are driving a new energy revolution.
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Leveraging MC-IoT Networks to Maintain Power Grids During Natural Disasters

Through private networking and the new IEEE 802.16s standard for MC-IoT, utilities are creating resilient smart grids that can endure natural disasters.
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How the Oil Industry Can Benefit from IoT Technology

There are IoT applications in the oil industry that could potentially mitigate the worst effects of oil spills. We could prevent the next Deepwater Horizon.
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Standby Energy Isn’t Smart

Standby energy (or phantom load) is a little known but pervasive problem in many smart homes. The Solution? Intelligent energy management applications.
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Capturing Value from IIoT

Machfu presents a white paper about how to capture value from IIoT initiatives through legacy tech compatibility, interoperability, and cloud intelligence.
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New Energy: Smart Grid IoT Applications

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, major U.S. electric utilities spend $51 billion annually on electricity distribution systems. Their main objective is to upgrade aging equipment on their distribution system...

3 Ways AI is Making Buildings Smarter

To most individuals, commercial buildings are viewed as brick and mortar, static structures. There is, however, a complex technological side to commercial buildings—from the software platforms that control elevators to smart lighting—that...

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