In the next 5 to 10 years, 100% predictable maintenance for rotating equipment will be the new norm.
Governments, especially in mature economies, are waking up to the possibilities of the industrial internet.
The rapid advancement of algorithms – as seen in emerging technologies like the Internet of Things and robotics – is forecast to spur revolutionary change in employment over the next decades.
Safety is always the nuclear power industry’s top priority and cranes are essential to achieving this goal. What does it take to operate in such a sensitive environment?
As the world undergoes considerable change, with resources becoming increasingly scarce and consumer expectations shifting, the stage has been set for the concept of circular economy.
Southeast Asia, one of the world’s fastest-growing economic regions, spans major maritime trade routes, and a pressing need for port development brings new opportunities for businesses.
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