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Industry 4.0 data generated by sensors and digital systems allow businesses to more effectively monitor processes taking place in the physical world.

Industry 4.0: the next step in smart manufacturing

Inside the innovations leading the Industry 4.0 manufacturing transformation, there is an emergence at the sensor-driven level. For …

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Thanks to shorter latency, automated guided vehicles can be safely operated in large numbers even at higher speeds.

Wi-Fi 6: boost in efficiency for industrial applications?

The question is not whether, but how IEEE 802.11ax (also known as Wi-Fi 6) and 5G are driving …

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Optimize power consumption using remote monitoring

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) generates a tremendous amount of data that also needs to be stored. …

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Tips for getting Industrial IoT networks ready for the future

Managing industrial networks only in local control centers may not be feasible three or five years. It is …

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OPC UA For Field In FA And PA

OPC UA – from automation pyramid to information network

The OPC UA (IEC 62541) framework with the extensions for field exchange (OPC UA FX) specified by the …

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IT OT Convergence

SPE as universal communicator advances IT/OT convergence

An industry expert provides a retrospective on the evolution of industry, the technology that enables it and how …

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Factory Computing

Real world advancement and advantages of IT/OT convergence

Going beyond the buzzword, a truly converged business means that decision makers can see and control all aspects …

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ExOS Two Programmers

Software technology bridges gap between IT & OT

New exOS software offers machine builders a solution to the divide traditionally separating IT and OT. Using exOS …

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