Affichage d’un poste de stagiaire pour l’été 2019 Titre du poste : Validation de l’utilisation de technologie IIoT dans le contexte d’un système d’acquisition de données pour usage industriel, DUREE : (8 SEM) Pour plus de détails, télécharger la description complète de l’affichage StagiaireOpnor2019VF2
Reduce costs and improve performance with intelligent design and common sense The Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, and energy management can be combined to make a heady cocktail that suggests an exciting future with reduced costs and improved performance. However, as is the case with any cocktail, you could be left with a severe hangover, […]
… because affordable technology enables it… sensors can be both low-cost and connected Whether you call it the Industrial Internet or Internet of Things, or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), this wave of technology could bring about major changes to the way companies manufacture items, ship products and manage their physical assets. The possibilities […]
To some, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is just a new buzzword—but to the process industries, the IIoT is becoming a necessity to maintain competitiveness. Oil and gas companies, refineries, and other process industries are trying to cope with various market forces, many of which require improved plant performance. The 650 major refineries globally […]
Between 40 and 50 percent of the cost of ownership and operation for a rooftop solar system is contributed by administrative costs such as permitting, financing and connecting to the grid, according to the Department of Energy (via the New York Times). Ramamoorthy Ramesh, the manager of the DOE’s SunShot program and a materials scientist from […]
By Tilde Herrera GreenBiz.com You may have heard the dismal news over the weekend that the global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are back on the rise, following a temporary dip during the recession. CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels and producing cement grew 5.9 percent in 2010, largely driven by surging emissions in developing countries, as well as a […]
By Bruno Berthon, GreenBiz.Com December 05, 2011 The still-unproven carbon capture and storage technology is one of the most controversial topics among the business community at COP17. Will the ability to sequester emissions from fossil fuels save us, or doom us to rapid climate change?…
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