As GE Predix’s partner, FPT is participating GE Minds + Machines 2016 held from November 15th to November 16th in San Francisco, California, USA. Hosted by GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt, the event is organized with the main objective to convene a global community of GE customers, developers, partners, industry luminaries, and technology thought leaders to explore the digital transformation of industry, the state of the Industrial Internet, and what this means for businesses.

GE-MM-300x199As an exhibitor at the event, FPT will showcase and present its Industrial Internet of Things services and GE Predix offerings which have been applied in several projects to digitally transform the way customers do business while ensuring maximum cost saving and consistent high performance. FPT’s expertise in the aforementioned fields has been proved to be great success across industries including Transportation, Manufacturing, Energy and Agriculture.

FPT is currently GE’s Predix Global Partner with the most Predix certified engineers. Apart from the current projects in US, the company looks to expand the partnership with GE in global scale, specifically in Japan, EU and Asia Pacific markets where FPT has strong market presence.

About GE Minds + Machines

Minds + Machines is GE’s premier Industrial Internet event dedicated to software, innovation, and the most powerful digital industrial outcomes. This year marks its fifth annual gathering with the aim is to continue to unveil new learnings, opportunities, and outcomes of digital industrial transformation—powered by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

About GE Predix          

Predix is a software platform that powers the Industrial Internet. Predix handles big data at an industrial scale and with industrial-strength security. Deployed on machines, onsite, or in the cloud, Predix drives the insights that transform and improve asset performance management (APM), operations, and business. GE Predix reached $6 billion in revenue in 2015 and this firm is keen on doubling its revenue to $15 billion by 2020.