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  • GE advances digital leadership with launch of $1.2 billion industrial IoT software company.

    GE Advances Digital Leadership with Launch of $1.2 Billion Industrial IoT Software Company

    New GE-owned, independently run entity will be established to expand company's leadership in IIoT market and better serve industrial customers GE selling majority stake in ServiceMax BOSTON - DECEMBER 13, 2018 - GE (NYSE: GE) today announced plans to establish a new, independent company focused on building a comprehensive Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software portfolio.

  • Learn how GE's Industrial Managed Services team combines suite-level analytics with years of domain experience to give customers the best solution for their asset strategies:

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  • GE APM in the Real World

    Improving the Reliability of the World's Industrial Equipment | GE Digital

    Learn how remote monitoring and diagnostics (RM&D) and asset performance management software can help maintain uninterrupted power and keep industrial assets operating.

  • Learn how GE Digital's Predix Asset Performance Management software helped a steel mine achieve target availability of 91.25% and reduce maintenance costs by $1.1 million:

    The Digital Mill: Driving Productivity and a Reduced Cost per Ton | GE Digital

    Read how digitization can help the steel industry improve productivity and margin across the value chain.

  • GE Digital Launches New Asset Service Management Solution

    GE Digital has just launched a new asset service management software solution aimed at maximizing uptime and improving maintenance outcomes. Predix ServiceMax Asset Service Management (ASM) is catered to planners, dispatchers and technicians with a host of functionality for keeping track of and understanding the service requirements of assets ranging from components and spares to engines and aircraft.

  • Amid all the hype, manufacturers are quietly using artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve specific problems in production, helping operators improve uptime, optimize production and more.

    AI Comes to the Shop Floor

    For a production supervisor, it's the stuff of nightmares: Somewhere on the line, a tiny milling bit breaks, shutting down the line. This unplanned downtime is not only costly, it causes delays that spell major headaches for that supervisor. Unplanned downtime has been a nemesis of manufacturers from day one.

  • The way to digital transformation - SIGnals

    In part four of our Co-Creating the Future series with GE Digital, we looked at the final stage in future-proofing a plant's production with predictive analysis and maintenance. However, it's one thing knowing the advantages of digital transformation. It's another knowing how, when and where to get started.

  • Do you have big plans for your career? Learn more about how to put your superpowers to work on what matters.

  • The Middle East in one of the most enthusiastic regions in terms of applying digital business models to traditional industries

    Middle East hungry for digitisation, says GE's Bill Ruh

    The Middle East is one of the most enthusiastic regions about GE's new digital business model, according to the man heading up GE Digital. Around five years ago, former GE CEO Jeff Immelt took the decision to move the company into the digital age.

  • Gartner Report Names GE Digital as a Representative Vendor in its 2018 APM Market Guide

    At GE Digital, we are uniquely positioned to bring the Industrial IoT to life. By focusing on two industrial application categories - Asset Performance Management (APM) and Field Service Management (FSM) - we are enabling digital transformation for GE Digital's customers today.

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