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Across businesses and industries, brilliant, connected machines like the GE Evolution Locomotive are changing the way we work.

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The Juice Train

Watch this time lapse as the Tropicana/CSX Juice Train, powered by two 4,400 HP GE Evolution Series Tier 3 Locomotives, hauls Tropicana Orange Juice up the Eastern seaboard. Designed to use 11% less fuel than the existing locomotive average in North America, the Evolution is a model of efficiency.

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A Route Made for Rail Enthusiasts

Use this interactive map to explore more unseen views of the Juice Train's trip from Bradenton, FL to Jersey City, NJ, including photos, videos and animated gifs shot by rail enthusiasts and our onboard crew.

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Pete Lawson

Pete Lawson

Marketing and ECOMAGINATION Leader

Big data unleashes a world of opportunity that enables better/faster decisions, making a more efficient rail network. #juicetrain

Srinivas Bollapragada

Srinivas Bollapragada

Principal Scientist

Big data will help movement planners optimize the efficiency of rail networks, resulting in big savings for rail companies. bit.ly/juicetrain #juicetrain

Frank Lonegro

Frank Lonegro

President of CSX Technology

IT has driven profound change in #freight #rail; Big Data is 1 tool we use to create advances in #safety, service and #efficiency

GE Evolution Series Locomotive

GE's Evolution locomotive is the most technologically advanced heavy-haul diesel locomotive in the world today.

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Assembling the tools to fight breast cancer.

GE technology has helped clinicians diagnose several GE employees with breast cancer. See how GE employee Debra Laird has taken on her personal fight against cancer, alongside a surprising ally.

Hospital Operations Management
Hospital Operations Management

GE's Hospital Operations Management (HOM) integrates bed assignment, departmental workflow, patient flow, transport, and equipment management to reduce wait times and enable more efficient quality care to be delivered throughout a patient's stay, from admissions to discharge. HOM can save hospitals both time and money, plus help reduce the inefficiencies that cost hospitals millions of dollars each year.

The Industrial Internet Makes Industries Work Better

New ecosystems of connected machines have the potential to increase efficiency, minimize waste, and make the people operating them smarter. See how the Industrial Internet is changing the way we work.

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150 Billion dollars in waste across major industries that the Industrial Internet can eliminate.

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Conor McKechnie

Global Public Affairs at GE Healthcare

Future technology could result in a wide array of cognitive and physical enhancers being used by healthy people. buff.ly/VMNdAC

Rob Calice

Rob Calice

Business Analysis Leader at GE Healthcare

HIXs are not unlike HIEs: They too will need to integrate and manage large amounts of complex data govhealthit.com/news/lessons-h...

Mike Harsh

Mike Harsh

Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

RT @GE_Reports: Industrial Internet: Reinventing the Industrial Revolution ow.ly/eiOHE

SenoBright

SenoBright is GE Healthcare's new mammography technology, that helps doctors make better-informed decisions and give more confident diagnoses.

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Nearly 7,000 gas turbines generate power for homes and industries all over the world.

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Powering companies with advanced technology.

Nearly 7,000 gas turbines generate power for homes and industries all over the world. We measured data from 713 of them to create a visualization of the world's power flow.

Flex Efficiency Advantage
Flex Efficiency Advantage

GE's Flex Efficiency Advantage performs real-time monitoring on power generation equipment. Power plants can react to changes in power demands, grid conditions and fuel supply as they occur, adjusting the amount of energy needed and where it comes from. A 5% increase in energy output can deliver a total of $1 billion in new value for power plants.

The Industrial Internet Makes Industries Work Better

New ecosystems of connected machines have the potential to increase efficiency, minimize waste, and make the people operating them smarter. See how the Industrial Internet is changing the way we work.

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Download the white paper "Pushing the Boundaries of Minds and Machines" on how brilliant machines will transform the way we work.
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150 Billion dollars in waste across major industries that the Industrial Internet can eliminate.

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Vice President of Ecomagination

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CEO of GE in ASEAN

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Managing Director, Europe, GE Global Research

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The D15 boasts a smaller physical footprint, fewer emissions and more operational flexibility than previous generations.

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Across businesses and industries, brilliant, connected machines like the GE Evolution Locomotive are changing the way we work.

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Introducing the Industrial Internet

New GE technology merges big iron with big data to create brilliant machines like the GE Evolution Locomotive. This convergence of machine and intelligent data is known as the Industrial Internet, and it's changing the way we work. Watch the above video to see how a locomotive known as The Juice Train uses Industrial Internet data to increase fuel efficiency, bringing its cargo to New York City even faster.

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Fuel & Carbon Solutions

GE's Fuel and Carbon Solution (F&CS) use onboard computers, sophisticated software and proprietary analytics to optimize jet fuel use, reduce operating costs, and cut carbon dioxide emissions. If an average-sized airline used F&CS to achieve a 2% improvement in fuel consumption, it would be equivalent to removing more than 10,000 cars from our roads.

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Hospital Operations Management

GE's Hospital Operations Management (HOM) integrates bed assignment, departmental workflow, patient flow, transport, and equipment management to reduce wait times and enable more efficient quality care to be delivered throughout a patient's stay, from admissions to discharge. HOM can save hospitals both time and money, plus help reduce the inefficiencies that cost hospitals millions of dollars each year.

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Grid IQ™ Solutions as a Service

GE's Grid IQ SaaS allows utilities to monitor, manage and control their grid more intelligently without worrying about the ongoing IT costs. Using a cloud computing services model, these capabilities can be deployed in 50% less time than traditional turnkey project models with just 10% of the estimated implementation cost.

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Flex Efficiency Advantage

GE's Flex Efficiency Advantage performs real-time monitoring on power generation equipment. Power plants can react to changes in power demands, grid conditions and fuel supply as they occur, adjusting the amount of energy needed and where it comes from. A 5% increase in energy output can deliver a total of $1 billion in new value for power plants.

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Rail Network Optimization

Norfolk Southern estimates that every 1 mph increase in the speed its freight moves saves as much as $200 million in annual capital and operating expenses. GE utilizes analytics to give real-time access to critical information so railroads can move more freight faster and more intelligently.

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Real-Time Operational Intelligence

GE's Real Time Operational Intelligence (RtOI) software gives manufacturers a plant-wide perspective on operations, enabling them to proactively detect and predict factors that could have a harmful impact on the end product. Increased efficiency for the workforce can help reduce recalls by nearly 20% making manufacturers less susceptible to the $10 million in brand damage typically associated with a product recall.

The Industrial Internet Makes Industries Work Better

New ecosystems of connected machines have the potential to increase efficiency, minimize waste, and help the people operating them make smarter decisions. See how the Industrial Internet is changing the way we work.

GE Vision Paper PDF Download

Download the white paper "Pushing the Boundaries of Minds and Machines" on how brilliant machines will transform the way we work.
More at GE Reports

150 Billion dollars in waste across major industries that the Industrial Internet can eliminate.
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22 Billion dollars is wasted annually by commercial airlines due to flight delays and unexpected fuel consumption.

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Steve Fulton

Steve Fulton

Technical Fellow for GE Aviation

@GEAviation Industrial Internet and Big Data technologies for improving our air transportation system? You bet! http://qr.ae/1hYkP #BrilliantMachines

Juliette Powell

Juliette Powell

Co-founder of #wethedata

industrial web? Skynet or #wethedata co-creating new biz models for the ppl, by the ppl? My 2 cents quora.com/Innovation/How ... #BrilliantMachines

Ken Goldberg

Ken Goldberg

Professor, UC Berkeley

My view of @generalelectric Industrial Internet and #cloud #robotics for #BrilliantMachines conf: http://qr.ae/1hoxB

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