Tag: IoT

Water is indispensable for our existence. We live at an implausible point in the history of water management— we live in a globally connected era witnessing a steady economic growth and yet we are facing new water-supply challenges, due to dramatic changes in climate and precipitation patterns. Apart from natural calamities, man-made factors like population…

The industry today is experiencing a technological revolution – be it big data analytics, internet of things (IoT), or artificial intelligence, exposing industry to new opportunities. On the flip side, automation and integration has also exposed the industry to new vulnerabilities and threats, and the Oil and Gas industry is no exception. As per ABI…

Nicéphore Niépce, who invented the first camera in 1816 and the world thought it was a miracle, did not know that someday a scalable and more secure version of his invention would be used to protect people’s lives! In 1942 a group of German scientists developed the CCTV (Closed Circuit Television), a small security camera…

Disclaimer The following blog is purely a work of fiction. It is not intended to be a sales pitch about GS Lab’s expertise in IoT solutions (asset management, fleet management, energy consumption optimization, and analytics etc.) nor it is based on GS Lab’s experiences in delivering IoT solutions to variety of industries (manufacturing, process, healthcare,…

Over the past few years emerging technologies have rattled the doors of organizations & implored CXOs to pay closer attention towards rethinking the digital strategy for their organizations. For CXOs who are in the habit of ‘future-thinking’, one of the technologies that would be on their minds is, BI dashboards. Today, it is difficult to…

The 4th Industrial Revolution is here & it is the biggest highlight of the Digital Transformation journey for enterprises across the world. So, What Is Industry 4.0? Industry 4.0 creates what has been called a “smart factory”. It transforms physical processes of manufacturing by driving end-to-end digitization & automation, essentially putting to use technologies like…

The declining cost and size of sensors and communication technologies boosts the “Internet of Things” (IoT) by leaps and bounds. In 2017 Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things(IIoT) forecast, Bain predicts that by 2020 annual revenues for the IoT vendors selling the hardware, software and comprehensive solutions would exceed $470B, while General…