Digital transformation at work in a variety of industry settings

General Electric (GE) was created in 1892 through the merger of two companies, one of which was founded by Thomas Edison, the inventor of many electrical appliances.  Throughout the twentieth century it was one of world’s largest manufacturers of electrical goods across a wide range of industry sectors.  Today GE also describes itself as “the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive”.  This link takes you to GE Digital’s ‘Imagination at Work’ page, which is devoted to the concept of digital transformation.  If you scroll down, you will come to a menu that gives insight into how this has been applied to a variety of industry sectors, including aviation, healthcare, oil & gas, chemicals, transportation, and power & utilities.

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