Schneider Electric Featured Content

  1. Schneider Electric Announces EcoStruxure Power, Redefines Power Distribution With Unparalleled Efficiency And Reliability Gains

    Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today announced the introduction of EcoStruxure Power, a digital architecture for energy management in buildings that delivers significantly enhanced value to professionals in the power industry, including contractors, consulting engineers, panel builders and their end customers. With open integration, real-time operations and analytics and increased levels of cyber security, the next generation architecture enables power users to make the most of new opportunities created by intelligent devices and digitization to deliver improved reliability, safety, efficiency, sustainability and connectivity for customers across multiple industries.

  2. The Year Ahead In Enterprise APM

    In 2016 we saw the Enterprise APM market continue to evolve. In a tough economic year, more and more organizations leveraged the IIoT to maximize their economic return on assets, using technologies such as predictive analytics and advanced risk based reliability solutions. 2017 is looking to be just as interesting. Below are three key insights we anticipate will have a material effect on the Enterprise APM market in 2017.

  3. Condition-Based Maintenance Improves Uptime And Lowers Costs

    Manufacturers in both the process and discrete manufacturing industries should consider condition monitoring (CM) for critical assets to improve the effectiveness of their maintenance resources. Typical benefits include improved uptime, asset longevity, cost control, yield/quality and safety. Now is the time for users to re-evaluate their condition monitoring strategies and consider taking advantage of available pack-aged predictive maintenance (PdM) applications to leverage their existing process and smart device data.