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Three levels of condition-based maintenance
Three levels of condition-based maintenance

Even in today’s high-tech world, many companies still have a limited view of their compressed air system health, and often take a “better safe than sorry” approach, and prematurely replace components. This focus on routine or recommended compressor maintenance often needlessly costs compressed air users thousands in... Read More

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Using system integration to optimize the manufacturing process
Using system integration to optimize the manufacturing process

More manufacturers are becoming smart factories by leveraging the latest innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT) to optimize production. All of these innovations require the ability to... Read More

Smart manufacturing: IIoT analytics and predictive maintenance
Smart manufacturing: IIoT analytics and predictive maintenance

For manufacturing especially, the applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) are endless. By using data collected via IoT platforms, manufacturers can prevent potential plant shutdowns, increase... Read More

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How IIoT impacts tool and sensor functionality
How IIoT impacts tool and sensor functionality

Most often, for change to occur, disruption precedes it. This is certainly true of the Industrial Internet of Things' (IIoT) impact on the industrial world. Until recently, this ongoing industrial... Read More

Four ways spreadsheets limit data analytics
Four ways spreadsheets limit data analytics

Process industry firms have collected manufacturing data for decades. With each step-change advance in hardware and software, organizations generate and collect more data, characterizing process... Read More

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E-magazine
IIoT for Engineers is a supplement focused on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and is a quarterly publication included with Control Engineering and Plant Engineering. The May issue features stories on data analytics, cloud-based disruption, and interpreting data.
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Edge Computing Digital Report
Today’s technologies heap benefits onto an edge-computing architecture. These benefits include faster computing, better networking, more memory, smarter analytics, cloud-based intelligence and applications, tighter security with more access, easier setup, and lower costs.
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New Products for Engineers Database
CFE Media’s New Products for Engineers Database, YOUR source for new products in the manufacturing, commercial construction, and manufacturing control industries. Find information on products such as managed switches and a remote monitoring system.
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Webcast: IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects
Webcast: IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects

This webcast will look at how engineers develop products, execute projects, and sustain... Read More

Webcast: IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects
Webcast: IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects

This webcast will look at how engineers develop products, execute projects, and sustain... Read More

Network manager for managed switches
Network manager for managed switches

Rockwell Automation's FactoryTalk Network Manager software allows user to monitor the health of... Read More

Smart relay and IIoT cloud interface
Smart relay and IIoT cloud interface

Define Instruments' Nimbus is a smart relay and IIoT cloud interface provides three programmable... Read More

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Engineering Leaders Under 40
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Engineering Leaders Under 40 program to those who have made significant contributions to their plant and to the control engineering and/or plant engineering professions. Nominees must be working professionals who are under the age of 40 as of Sept. 1, 2018.
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