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London - 15 July 2019. Independent research firm Verdantix predicts the market for digital twins will bring transformational value to operations and real-time risk management in industrial facilities. However, the market will grow slowly over the next five to ten years with high-risk, asset-intensive industries being the early adopters. Given the recent arrival of this technology, it comes as no surprise that the competitive landscape is currently populated with vendors, such as Akselos; AVEVA; eVision; GE Digital; Sphera and Seebo; offering digital twin software at five different levels of sophistication – from digital twins that integrate data from various sources to one capable of acting autonomously.

London – July 17, 2019. Independent research firm Verdantix has announced the 20 finalists for its prestigious International EHS Innovation Awards. Based on their responses to 17 questions, the finalists were selected from over 80 submissions across ten industry sectors. The 10 winners will be selected by a panel of four independent judges in senior EHS management roles. Winners will be announced at the Verdantix EHS Summit Americas, taking place at the Porsche Heritage Center, Atlanta on September 24.

London – July 16, 2019. Building on the success of their Smart Buildings Innovation Summit Europe 2018 event, independent research firm Verdantix will host its second event focused on smart building technologies for the real estate and facilities management sector, which will take place in London on November 27.

New York – July 16, 2019. Independent research firm Verdantix has been selected by the National Safety Council (NSC) as the research partner for the ‘Work To Zero’ initiative. In December 2019, the McElhattan Foundation awarded the National Safety Council a grant of $500,000 to educate safety professionals about the potential that technology has to eliminate workplace fatalities and serious injuries.

London - 11 April 2019. Corporations and civil government agencies will be forced to spend $10.8bn on drone defence measures by 2039 if regulators do not enact strict regulations to stop the malicious use of drones. This is the key finding of a new report from drone market experts at independent research firm Verdantix. The analysis is based on the threat that Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) pose to 42,600 airports, data centres, industrial facilities, ports, power plants and prisons located in the US, Canada and the European Union.