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Helps customers in operationally intensive industries accelerate IIoT initiatives.
created to offer greater power resilience to industrial and commercial customers
Modicon M262 Controller boasts direct connectivity to the cloud and cybersecurity.
Technology built for faster, more connected operations.
Claims to improve process performance and asset management capabilities.
Improves proactive maintenance with access to real-time panel and machine information
Users can streamline process utility design, collaborate for process ...
Promises OEMs unprecedented ease in deploying IIoT-ready machines.
Real-Time Innovations, National Instruments and Cisco team up to test and ultimately deploy Indistrial Internet Consortium Smart Grid testbed based on “cross-industry” IIoT technologies.
Getting everything connected to make your machines and plant smart can be a daunting task. And then, exactly what to do with all that data lurking out in the fog? One key: Do the processing closer to the data source.
The IIRA is a formal overview of systems architecture from a high-level perspective. It covers everything from business goals to system interoperability. For now, let’s concentrate on how this applies to data connectivity.
Preventable hospital error kills over 50,000 people every year in the US alone. These fatalities can be dramatically reduced with a little ingenuity and application of technology made available by the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Critical mass of industry participants lends credence to testbed efforts
Cloud-based compute and storage, ready connectivity and templated functionality bring new speed and scalability to Industrial IoT efforts
Digital immersion boosts knowledge transfer and productivity, too
New platform is designed to help organizations deploy and manage AR applications
A global showcase for industrial digital transformation.
Solution suppliers double down on lifecycle play
CONSIDER LATENCY, ECONOMICS AND SCOPE IN YOUR NEXT DESIGN BY BOB SPERBER
Critical infrastructure is a new playground for cybercriminals.
Planning for the changes presented by the IIoT has not kept pace.
The time has come for a more effective approach to data analytics.