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One of the first official definitions of sustainability came from the United Nations in 1987. Sustainability is “…meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” This sounds like a simple, even obvious, goal for organizations and industries to pursue. But this objective wasn’t always prioritized.
There's an established tenant in OT cybersecurity called “defense in depth” which is the strategy of using multiple, layered measures to protect an organization’s assets. However, this can’t be a one and done process.Several senior members of Honeywell Connected Enterprise (HCE) participated in the Georgia Technology Summit.When it comes to industrial organizations and workers’ mental health, there exists a bit of a paradox. Many dismiss factories and other industrial environments as being less in touch with corporate culture, at least in comparison to most office environments...This is part one of a two-part sustainable buildings series, covering what’s at stake when organizations decide to digitize and optimize their energy usage.This is part two of a two-part sustainable buildings series, covering what’s at stake when organizations decide to digitize and optimize their energy usage.Prioritizing your organizations’ digital transformation is not just the responsibility of your tech team or your CEO. It’s not even just limited to your operations.You have decided that you want to digitalize more of your site, but how will you justify the funding for digital transformation?There’s nothing simple about a digital transformation. There’s nothing easy, nothing clear cut, nothing one-size-fits-all. Yet the term “digital transformation” is one of the most commonly discussed topics around every conference room table, in every single industry.Climate change is often dubbed in popular media as a “defining issue of our time.” This is no hyperbole. And we - the business world - need to pay attention to this defining issue.Before we dive into what’s been happening in the past few years and the toll it’s taken on all of our organizations, let’s review a little history. Let’s talk about a few disruptive and damaging economic eras that affected all businesses, all commerce, all over.The Metaverse, we categorize it as something to play with and in. Certainly it won’t affect the way we manage our industrial companies…right?Setting a strategic path for APM depends on understanding the current state of equipment health, and then being able to plan improvement based on predicting what will be needed to maintain and bring assets to an even more efficient state.Digitizing plant asset performance management (APM) does not have to be tackled as one big singular project. There are many ways to make digitizing APM practical by taking it one step at a time.Let’s dig in to understand the real pros and cons of the 3 maintenance models in commercial buildings.Organizations have more power than they think. Their actions (or inactions) can impact much more than just their own P&L, sales goals or even their industries.We’ll be publishing a series of Inclusion and Diversity blog posts throughout the year. This is the first post in that series, co-authored by our own Cheya Dunlap, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer and Bria Griffith, Director, Inclusion and Diversity.Watch the Future is Connected webcast series with industry experts who challenge the status que by leveraging smart technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning to achieve digital transformation.Hear questions from the inspirational scene at our recent Honeywell Connected Forum event, where we featured not just one impressive leader from a global juggernaut, but two. Our own leader, CEO Que Dallara, chatted with both Carol Tomé of UPS and Deb Cupp from Microsoft.