GE Transportation presented on how it is revolutionizing the rail industry using Predix-powered digital solutions at Minds + Machines 2016.
Minds + Machines 2016 is coming November 15 and 16 to San Francisco. GE’s premier Industrial Internet event, now in its fifth year, is dedicated to software, innovation, and the most powerful digital industrial outcomes. Hosted by GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt, Minds + Machines convenes a global community of GE customers, developers, partners, industry luminaries, and technology thought leaders to explore the digital transformation of industry, the state of the Industrial Internet of Things, and what this means for business.
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GE Transportation announced the company is embarking on a pilot concept with the Port of Los Angeles to leverage GE’s Predix data and technology capabilities to improve the port.
GE’s Marine Solutions and Maersk Drilling are partnering to pilot a data analytic-driven project with an aim to increase Maersk’s drilling vessels’ productivity and significantly reduce maintenance costs.
CIO Online took a look at what GE does with the industrial Internet of Things, including our GoLINC platform, at Minds + Machines 2016.
The Port of Los Angeles introduced a $1.3 million pilot project with GE Transportation that will deliver cargo information to retailers and truckers weeks in advance.
Lonmin Plc, the world’s third-largest platinum producer, is using GE’s Digital Mine solution, which uses data gathered from sensors on equipment to make operations run more smoothly.
Business Insider interviews GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller on our pilot program with the Port of Los Angeles.
Tim Schweikert, CEO of GE’s Marine Solutions, talks the impact of the Industrial Internet and big analytics on the marine industry.
GE’s Marine Solutions is showcasing its digital solutions and providing insights at Minds + Machines 2016.
Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation Partner to Digitize Maritime Shipping and Help Goods Reach Consumers Faster
The Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation are partnering to digitize maritime shipping to help goods reach consumers faster using a first-of-its-kind port information portal, which will deliver fast, data-driven insights to enhance maritime supply chain performance and better serve ultra-large container vessels.
GE announced new products, acquisitions and partner programs to enable further adoption of Predix, the operating system for the Industrial Internet, at Minds + Machines.
If successful, the pilot program at the Port of Los Angeles could be rolled out at other ports coping with the operational challenges of mega-ships.
Transnet has partnered with GE Transportation to create a digital solution that will seamlessly connect shippers and transport operators to enable an efficient movement of goods.
GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller shares how global rail is having its leapfrog moment as customers looking to modernize their networks can go straight to superior technologies by baking digital into their plans from the early stages. She also discusses how we’re working to link the whole rail ecosystem with leading operators like Deutsche Bahn in Germany.
The Port of Los Angeles will start using GE Transportation software that makes different kinds of cargo shipment data visible in advance. The pilot project will help the port coordinate resources more efficiently across the complex system that includes shippers, terminal operators, trucks, rail cars and other components.
GE Transportation Chief Digital Officer Seth Bodnar shares how the digital rail revolution is reigniting the global supply chain on OZY.