LYTT, an industrially proven provider of real-time sensor analytics software, has announced the launch of their latest product - an Industrial AI Sensor Platform designed to help businesses in the energy and utilities sectors generate smarter insights, accelerate operational value, and monetize sensor data.
The business case for diversity, equality and inclusion is well documented, with hundreds of studies demonstrating that diverse companies are more likely to outperform their competitors, enjoy higher revenue, experience better decision making, sponsor creativity and innovation, and have lower staff turnover than their non-diverse competitors.
At LYTT, I’m not only inspired by the opportunity to disrupt our industry and positively impact our customers whom we empower with operational insights, but also by the richly diverse group of people I get to work with.
Every day, I handle new and different aspects of creating client and vendor contracts, NDAs, mutual contracts, and so forth, so no two days are ever the same.
The world is short on certainty at the moment. The invasion of Ukraine, global supply chain pressures and rocketing inflation have strained leading economies and precipitated an energy crisis. Oil prices haven’t been this high since before 2015, and the geopolitical pressures on operators to boost production are mounting.
Our next webinar ‘spotLYTT™ v2 & Flow Product Launch’ will be held on July 19th at 3.30pm and July 20th at 9.30am UK time.
Upgraded, cloud-based dashboard expands real-time operational insights offered and delivers enhanced visualization of LYTT’s innovative app suite.
Every day in the UK, 3,113 million liters of water are lost because of leaks. That’s the equivalent of 1,245 Olympic swimming pools’ worth of water lost each day. This is a significant challenge for water utilities, who are responsible for monitoring and maintaining almost 350,000 kilometers of pipes across the country. The UK is also grappling with sewage discharge issues, which are reducing water quality and compromising the health and cleanliness of public areas.