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GE Digital partners with TrendMiner to empower energy and resources industries with advanced process analytics

Nov. 17, 2022
The goal of this strategic partnership is to provide customers in industries like oil and gas, metals, mining and petrochemicals the ability to optimize assets and processes from...
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GE Digital’s new generation iFIX and CIMPLICITY HMI/SCADAs increase efficiency by enabling connected workers and centralized deployment

Oct. 20, 2022
Modern, web-based UI improves transparency, decision making and efficiency by extending HMI to consume analytics and business application data, unifying OT/IT visualization.
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By moving to a proactive, data-driven operations strategy, process manufacturers can expect up to a 40% decrease in spend associated with unplanned maintenance.
Condition Monitoring

The business impact of condition-based monitoring

May 24, 2022
Process manufacturers are increasingly turning to condition-based monitoring to minimize maintenance costs and improve asset availability and reliability.
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Proficy Historian For Cloud (002)
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Proficy Historian for Cloud is first cloud-native operational data historian available in AWS Marketplace

April 25, 2022
Cloud-based industrial data management software is designed to facilitate a more simplified and reliable movement of OT data to the cloud spanning from device level to enterprise...
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GE Digital’s iFIX improves productivity and process control with industrial-strength SCADA and high-performance HMI

March 25, 2022
Process industry companies are able to leverage templates out-of-the-box to create the right user experience and improve operator response for increased uptime and higher quality...
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Scott Reese
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Scott Reese named CEO of GE Digital

Jan. 31, 2022
GE recently announced the appointment of Scott Reese as chief executive officer of GE Digital effective February 22, 2022. Reese succeeds Patrick Byrne.