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Leadership in the digital industrial era

Hardware + software: GE’s unique advantage

GE combines horizontal innovation with vertical domain expertise to deliver for our customers.

To succeed in today’s market, companies require deep domain expertise in the markets they serve, an in-depth understanding of the physics associated with their machines, and the right software to process data from the hardware.

Computing is happening at the edge, which means on the machines themselves. This requires a different set of technology than the technology used for the consumer Internet or traditional ERP systems.

This is where GE stands alone.

Predix: An OS for the Industrial Internet

Transforming digital services

The Johns Hopkins Hospital's Judy Reitz Capacity Command Center

GE Health Cloud: A secure connected ecosystem

Built on the same Predix platform that GE developed for the Industrial Internet, the GE Health Cloud is designed to be a scalable, secure, connected and interoperable platform, delivering the application ecosystem of choice for the healthcare industry.

Designed to integrate into clinical workflows while managing the volume, velocity and variety of healthcare data, the GE Health Cloud will be capable of connecting to more than 500,000 GE medical imaging machines and more than 1.5 million imaging machines worldwide. It will be capable of connecting data, machines and systems for higher-quality, more efficient care.

Scalable, connected ecosystem:
Connect clinicians, patients … any browser device

Built on the same Predix platform that GE developed for the Industrial Internet, the GE Health Cloud is designed to be a scalable, secure, connected and interoperable platform, delivering the application ecosystem of choice for the healthcare industry.

Designed to integrate into clinical workflows while managing the volume, velocity and variety of healthcare data, the GE Health Cloud will be capable of connecting to more than 500,000 GE medical imaging machines and more than 1.5 million imaging machines worldwide. It will be capable of connecting data, machines and systems for higher-quality, more efficient care.

The Command Center’s “digital twin”

GE uses “digital twins” to help companies understand, anticipate and optimize their operations, ultimately improving the reliability of machines from MRIs to jet engines. The Capacity Command Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital includes a digital twin that replicates the more than 6,300 pathways that patients follow.

Digital twins help test “what if?” scenarios, such as: How would opening a cardiac step-down unit impact patient waiting in the emergency department and length-of-stay for cardiac surgery patients?

GE Healthcare has built 50 hospital digital twins in 10 countries.