General Electric Wants to Monitor Machinery With Smartphones

General Electric is trying to put industrial software that predicts malfunctions in wind turbines and oil rigs into the hands of factory and power plant workers. To do that, it is partnering with Apple to develop smartphone and tablet apps for the iO
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Jeff Senne, PwC

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Beth Heider, Skanska

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Tom Madrecki, UPS

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