Category Archives: Manufacturing
Across Canada, companies are making the incredible happen with the Internet of Everything. This week I am pleased to share another Canadian IoE success story, straight from British Columbia-based Goldcorp’s Éléonore mine in Northern Quebec.
As we collectively enter the next transition of the Internet, the Internet of Everything (IoE), traditional industries such as energy, manufacturing and mining are recognizing the unprecedented opportunities of intelligently connecting people, process, data and things. However, for these industries … Continue reading
In my previous blog I discussed the evolution of cloud computing in the Oil and Gas industry. Here I will discuss how cloud computing will likely evolve in the next 5 years. In just a short time cloud computing has … Continue reading
The Canadian Oil and Gas industry spans a vast geography, from remote operations in the high arctic to offshore platforms in the Atlantic coast. As discussed in part two of this series, the Canadian Oil and Gas industry faces significant … Continue reading
In my last post, I discussed how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is transforming the energy sector and helping drive the momentum of the Digital Oilfield. Now, we’ll explore what the future holds for Canadian Oil and Gas companies and … Continue reading
Creating a Smarter Oil and Gas Industry, Part 1: The Internet of Everything and the Digital Oilfield
As a new employee at Cisco and coming from the Oil and Gas industry, I have to admit that I had never heard of the Internet of Everything (IoE), and I was skeptical. However, given the mindshare it has within … Continue reading