A best practice is a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means, and that is used as a benchmark. ARC has conducted numerous best practice surveys over the past thirty years and has developed best practices for a large number of topics of interest to industry executives.

Larry O'Brien, Jim Frazer, Peter Manos, and Gaven Simon

Business Impact of Sustainability and Energy Transition Across Supply Chain, Industry, and Infrastructure

ARC’s recent Orlando Forum workshop titled Building Sustainable Industrial Operations and Supply Chains Through Energy Transition served as an effective platform for discussing the intricate dynamics of the global energy transition and how sustainability is affecting almost every sector of industry and critical infrastructure.
Rick Rys

Achieving Grid Reliability with Renewables

The energy transition is driven by the goal to decarbonize the energy used for transportation, buildings, and industry. Lacking a low-cost way of removing greenhouse gases from the air, the solution is Achieving Grid Reliability with Renewables
Peter Manos

AI Operator-Centric Next-Gen Corrosion Monitoring

Savvy industrial facility decision-makers have been shifting away from manually intensive corrosion monitoring methods of the past and moving toward greater utilization of IIoT and Industry 4.0 approaches