Top 5 Plant Engineering content: July 25-31, 2022
The top 5 Plant Engineering content from the past week covered cloud architecture, electric vehicles, geothermal energy, hydraulic cylinders and AI-as-a-service. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Plant Engineering‘s top 5 content over the past week covered AI-as-a-service, geothermal energy, hydraulic cylinders, maintenance management plans and predictive maintenance. Links to each article below.
Cloud architecture, when examined in its entirety, can be very complex. Focusing on its interface with operations technology makes matters clearer and more manageable.
A white paper created by the STLE highlights current trends and predictions for the EV market and how its impacting the tribology and lubrication engineering field.
Cornell University is breaking ground on its geothermal energy efforts in order to be carbon-neutral by 2035 with a 2-mile borehole to determine feasibility.
Hydraulic cylinders may be replaced by electromechanical actuators within vehicles in the material handling sector more quickly than previously thought.
AI-as-a-service (AiaaS) combines an AI-ready IIoT platform with automating deep learning intelligence to help accelerate the realization of the greater manufacturing mission.
The list was developed using CFE Media’s web analytics for stories viewed on plantengineering.com, July 25-31, 2022, for articles published within the last two months.
Christina Miller, associate editor, Plant Engineering, CFE Media and Technology, email@example.com.