Industrial control system (ICS) solutions need a new architecture and philosophy is required to be more adaptable to changing environments. Six methods are highlighted.
HART technology has been developed, alongside other technologies, to allow it to continue to meet the needs of the industry marketplace.
AT&T and Texas A&M University System’s RELLIS Campus has private 5G testbeds for public and private sector organizations to develop and innovate with 5G powered applications and solutions.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have delineated guidelines for setting up successful industrial networks by using patterns found in nature's food chains, which can facilitate economic growth, lower emissions and reduce waste.
Helping cities in developing and deploying digital twins at city scale can have many positive effects for critical infrastructure now and in the future. See video.
The future of manufacturing lies in flexible, efficient and high-performance production that leverages data-driven intelligence and this can be achieved by implementing network technologies that utilize time-sensitive networking (TSN) functionalities.
Modern team communication technologies boost productivity and safety
Industrial networking has come a long way and engineers must now choose whether to use a managed or unmanaged switch.
Time-sensitive networking (TSN) can help manufacturers boost productivity by simplifying machine design, improve transparency and more.
There are many potential benefits to using wireless technology in manufacturing, but users need to be aware of standards and potential challenges.