Successful companies manage change in an open environment by understanding the structure of the operations team, the contributions of the staff and the systems required to support them across all modes of operation.
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Information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) are continuing the process of working together, but non-manufacturing types need more understanding and context of what is happening on the plant floor for this merger to work.
What every plant manager must know about today’s sensing systems
Unite separate parts of the organization, allowing teams to work collectively
Next generation distributed I/O brings users one step closer to seamless connectivity
There are as many ways organizations can create, store, move and retrieve data as there are ways to see, perceive and interpret it