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Going Beyond Big Data and Driving Value

with a Purpose-Built IIoT Solution

GE Digital Industries

IIoT Case Studies

Industrial companies are increasingly realizing the need for a comprehensive strategy to derive value, protect reputation and improve uptime by leveraging the power of connected machines. In order to make sense of the Internet of Things, industrial businesses have turned to Bit Stew for its expertise in analyzing billions of data points daily and turning the information into actionable insight. Read the IIoT case studies to learn more.

Utility

Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Utility Industry
Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Utility Industry

With the proliferation of smart meters, grid and sensors, distributed generation and other connected devices, utilities have never dealt with as much disparate data as they do today. Through its purpose-built IIoT solution, Bit Stew extracts operational intelligence from the tremendous volumes of raw data being generated by utilities every day.

Oil and Gas

Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Oil and Gas Industry
Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Oil and Gas Industry

Every 30,000 miles of natural gas pipeline in the United States generates 17 terabytes of data each day. Bit Stew’s purpose-built IIoT solution helps oil and gas companies turn data into actionable insights that lower operational costs, improve asset performance and maximize production, and realize their vision of the digital oil field of tomorrow.

Aviation

Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Aviation Industry
Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Aviation Industry

Fuel costs, maintenance challenges and schedule delays conspire against major airlines in their fight for profitability. Bit Stew’s purpose-built IIoT solution unifies billions of traditionally siloed data points across aviation and air traffic management to discover new business insights and increase uptime.

Manufacturing

Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Manufacturing Industry
Purpose-Built IIoT Solution for Manufacturing Industry

Manufacturers are constantly thinking about improving inventory management, and equipment effectiveness. Without insights on the performance of connected machines, manufacturers lose critical operational visibility. Bit Stew’s purpose-built platform handles the complexity and scale of modern manufacturing operations.

Challenge

According to Cisco, 80 things per second are connecting to the Internet, and by 2020, 250 things will connect each second. 50 billion things will be connected to the Internet by 2020. All this, while 46 per cent of businesses consider volume of information to be their primary data challenge. What does this mean for industrial companies with large data streams and millions of dollars invested in connected devices and assets?

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