With modern digital tools, safety becomes embedded into the execution of work, not a separated set of safety tasks.
Category digital transformation
If humanity’s future in manufacturing is inserting a few screws because our hands are still more dexterous than most affordable robots, then we are doomed.
Whoever buys Anadarko will need to develop and execute tactics to quickly and effectively integrate its people, SOPs, safety culture, and other tasks.
If the deskless worker doesn’t even have a digital interface, then how can they take advantage of AI?
What does a connected worker have to do with all of this data being generated from the millions of wellsites around the world? Everything.
Industrial software will enable continuous improvement to not be the exception, but the rule.
Optimizing maintenance is a never-ending effort, and world-class excellence is hard-won. Here are three areas to focus on that will actually have a meaningful impact on your team’s effectiveness.
Drones have indeed come a crazy long way. But are they ready to really add value to factory and warehouse operations?
Yes. I am questioning our ceaseless desire to believe that the next tech widget automagically transforms our businesses without the requisite education and tools to capture new insights and feed them back into our work.
The promise of completely-connected-everything is a great idea and we should strive for it, but let’s not forget the low-hanging fruit begging us to make giant strides right now.
In the manufacturing realm, making sense of entirely new types of data for a new graduate may not produce results companies are looking for. Making sense of data is a new core competency everyone needs.
We don't need more sensors. In 2019, we need to talk about how we are going to train, upskill, manage, and gather insight from and for our 21st century humans.
If you break down what Industry 4.0 is – and to finally get moving on your digital transformation initiatives – you have to do just three things really well.
The psychology behind habits and why people are opposed to digital transformation.
Why plant managers need to start thinking about digital transformation and all of the advantages that they could be missing out.
How much people remember from a training and how Parsable can help.
A description of Parsable's benefits and the gift of digitization.
A discussion with Detlef Zühlke about closing the education gap in Industry 4.0.
Time, as they say, is money. But in the blind rush to digitization, we are forgetting about “DigitALization.”
A few weeks ago the World Economic Forum invited some of the folks driving tech strategy in Oil & Gas to help workshop their Digital Transformation Initiative. Parsable was honored to be the only…