Saturday, December 15, 2018

An Eye For AI: Software Provides An Easier Path For Power...

In 2003, Mother Nature turned off the lights on the East Coast. The reason: a short circuit a hot summer day caused on by...

Take A Load Off: How Software Is Cutting The Power Bill...

The city of Belfort in northeastern France knows all about speed and power. The hardworking town, which lies between the Vosges and Jura mountains,...

Game On: Virtual Reality Does The Heavy Lifting For Grid Technicians...

A woman manipulating a towering crane lifts a high-voltage circuit breaker 10 meters above the ground. She turns the crane gently and slides the...

Seeing Double: Digital Twins Make GE and Baker Hughes Supply Chain...

People living around the port of Carrara, in Tuscany, Italy, are used to seeing giant slabs of the region’s signature white marble moved onto...

A New App Sees Signs Of Sepsis Risk In Hospital Patients...

Every year, more than 1.5 million Americans develop sepsis, an illness that occurs when the body exhibits an extreme reaction to an infection. It’s an...

The Change Maker: 3D-Printed Turboprop Engine With Jetlike Controls Turns Heads...

One of the biggest hits at this year’s Oshkosh airshow wasn’t even there. It’s been busy proving its mettle in a test chamber half...

Before These Parts Are Fit To Print: This Virtual Factory Software...

You probably wouldn’t print a letter without carefully composing and editing it on a computer screen first. So it’s fitting that as companies embrace...

Sensors And Sensibility: GE Apps Are Transforming Industries

One late-summer day in 2011, a woman was bicycling along the West Side Highway trail in Manhattan. A pedestrian ambled into her path, and...

An App Store For Airplanes: ‘Open Avionics’ Brings Aerospace Software Into...

by Dorothy Pomerantz Sign up for a new bank account or buy a new car and chances are you’ll be prompted to download corresponding apps that...