IIoT megatrends are shaping the future of the modern smart factory.

Digital Transformation

Industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 form the basis for future digital transformation in industry. The key is a massive network of industrial devices connected by communications technologies that result in systems that can monitor, collect, exchange, analyze, and deliver valuable new insights.

Industrial Internet of Things

A broad set of IIoT-enabling technologies from Industrial 5G to OPC UA, cloud and edge computing, Time Sensitive Networking and Single Pair Ethernet, to name just a few, are continuing to emerge and will empower and drive new levels of innovation for companies implementing IIoT applications. Learn about the IIoT from industry experts.

Organizations are bringing an ever-increasing number of industrial assets online. Some endpoints such as high-resolution cameras, Wi-Fi 6/6E access points, and those needed for real-time communication required on the plant floor are driving the need for higher switching and routing capacities requiring Industrial Ethernet to adopt technologies and architectures from their enterprise counterparts.

2023 Industrial Ethernet Solutions Showcase

This Connectivity Showcase presents the viewpoints of eight industry experts. With Factory Automation Connectivity Solutions, manufacturers are collecting …

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Flood warning and notification in low-lying areas, and river level monitoring.

Mitigating extreme climates through IoT remote monitoring

IoT remote monitoring is achieved using a data logger that provides a powerful tool and enables applications to …

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BTG required a networking technology that could be embedded into its system's IRM sensor, allowing the sensor to communicate over PROFIBUS, PROFINET, and CANopen networks.

Network connectivity solution for automated container ports

To achieve the level of dynamic control required for multi-ton loads of shipping containers traveling in three dimensions …

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Valuable findings should become accessible to edge devices and embedded systems but the most significant challenge of integration in building systems is data management.

Power embedded systems by making sense of data

Journey to securely streaming, smoothing, and storing time series embedded IoT data. A streaming database processes new real-time …

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The Industry 4.0 megatrend is now being applied across a wide swath of industrial sectors where it is benefitting discrete and process manufacturing,

Three ways manufacturers can embrace Industry 4.0

Before Industry 4.0, OT devices and systems were “air-gapped” to isolate them from risk. That is not possible …

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Connectivity as a key component for IIoT data integration

Connectivity is key to IIoT data integration

Machine connectivity is a central component of the digital factory. IoT applications, monitoring, and data analysis can only …

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Basic structure of the monitoring system.

EtherCAT Measurement Terminals for Wind Farm Monitoring

Accurate and fast data are crucial for the essential synchronization in wind farms. Continuously monitoring the turbine, blades …

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Witte Automotive focuses on the production of components for passenger cars. Door locks, safety hooks and door handles come off their production lines every day. Due to the scope of the produced range, it is essential that the control system is flexible and can be quickly reconfigured remotely.

Remote Production Management: Anytime, Anywhere

The possibility of access to relevant data and use of a virtually unlimited remote management system from any …

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