SmartIndustry in fieldlab the Garden – Presented by Evelien Bras, Thales Nederland

SmartIndustry in fieldlab the Garden – Presented by Evelien Bras, Thales Nederland BV at the Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference, which takes place on 15 November 2016 at High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands

It’s about the Why and How – an example of a digital transformation strategy Continue reading “SmartIndustry in fieldlab the Garden – Presented by Evelien Bras, Thales Nederland”

“Disrupt or be disrupted within manufacturing”, Presented by Peter Dijkstra, Cisco

“Disrupt or be disrupted within manufacturing”, Presented by Peter Dijkstra, Cisco at the Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference

The internet of everything changes the way we live, work and play. Business transitions in combination with technology transitions are driving the Internet of everything within the manufacturing space. Break digital silos to go ahead. Continue reading ““Disrupt or be disrupted within manufacturing”, Presented by Peter Dijkstra, Cisco”

“Industrial Internet Use Cases” – Presented by Marcel Hartgerink, Wibu-Systems

“Industrial Internet Use Cases” – Presented by Marcel Hartgerink, Wibu-Systems

The Industrial Internet Consortium brings together the organizations and technologies necessary to accelerate the growth of the Industrial Internet by identifying, assembling and promoting best practices. Wibu-Systems contributes as member to the Security and Business Solutions Enablement groups. Continue reading ““Industrial Internet Use Cases” – Presented by Marcel Hartgerink, Wibu-Systems”

Rice Paddy Sensor Networks Improve Rice Farming

Rice is cultivated all over the world in fields known as rice paddies and it is one of the most maintenance intensive crops to grow. The rice paddy itself requires a large part of that maintenance. It is flooded with water that must be kept at a constant level, just below the height that would keep rice seedlings from growing but high enough to drown any weeds that would compete with the rice stalks for nutrients. This technique is called continuous flooding and a big part of the job of a rice farmer is to inspect the rice paddy every day to make sure the water levels are normal and there are no cracks or holes that could lead to water leakage. Continue reading “Rice Paddy Sensor Networks Improve Rice Farming”