One consequence of the IIoT trend is that purchasing devices for your network isn’t the end of your expenditure.
Implementation is not only practical, but now is a competitive necessity.
Better analysis and more collaboration needed to take full advantage of IIoT’s accelerated use.
Intelligent and connected machines are more flexible and better equipped to manufacture customized products.
Managing a generationally-diverse maintenance staff can be challenging at times, but the wide range of skills and experiences gained from a multigenerational workforce can drive high productivity once reigned in.
The i.MX 6 COMBO Series is a scalable multi-core platform that is designed for applications which require high performance in low power or a thermally constrained environment.
The M4x.22xx series digitizers are designed for automated testing applications where wideband electronic signals need to be acquired and analyzed.
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Articles about SCADA/HMI cybersecruity, 2016 Product of the Year finalists, diagnosing bearing failures, preventing a dust explosion, and connecting information, engineering, and operational technologies were Plant Engineering's five most clicked articles from last week, November 28-December 4. Were you out? You can catch up here.
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While machines generated a great deal of attention at IMTS, the human element remains a key component of manufacturing.