The release of the UK’s Hydrogen strategy has created a lot of conversation from a variety of media platforms and spurred a noticeable number of announcements and interesting articles from pipeline operators.
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Pride Month is celebrated each year in June, honouring the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. The month holds significance; it commemorates the rise of the gay rights movement following the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City – a galvanising moment that took place at Stonewall Inn, a Greenwich Village institution for the local queer community.
Predictive maintenance is about being able to identify that something is going to malfunction and fixing it before it does. It is the Industry 4.0 version of maintenance. Within industry, predictive maintenance harnesses data to analyse and predict when equipment is going to fail.
Industrial digitisation is as inevitable as the replacement of oil lamps by electricity, the question is how to harness industrial data to achieve unparalleled sustainability and efficiency without compromising security.
Our initial focus is using our IIoT solution to make pipelines cleaner, safer, and more efficient. Beyond this, the applications of our platform are many and varied. Today we will explore five ways that Dashboard’s predictive IIoT-based solution can be used for more than just pipelines.
After the success of our previous charity challenge to virtually travel 900 miles to raise funds for Mind, Dashboard’s kicking off its next virtual travel challenge, Dash Across The World to support Rowcroft.
The UK Government has announced significant investments into wind power as part of its clean energy programmes. Today, Dashboard discovers why the UK Government is focussing on wind power.
Technology is advancing faster than ever, driven by new technologies and a desire for greater efficiency. The emerging technologies within the wind industry encapsulate this.
So much of the world we live in today is immersed in technology and that’s not a bad thing. Read six ways technology is improving the world we live in below.