Thursday, February 16, 2017
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Wireless takes control for industrial applications
Wireless takes control for industrial applications

Wireless transmitters are being widely used for monitoring, but recent developments such as energy harvesting and legacy connections show wireless is also suitable for real-time control for any application. Read More

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Six ways to lower IIoT network costs
Six ways to lower IIoT network costs

One consequence of the IIoT trend is that purchasing devices for your network isn’t the end of your expenditure. Read More

How to implement wireless sensor networks for difficult industrial settings
How to implement wireless sensor networks for difficult industrial settings

Pairing low-power wide area network (LPWAN) and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) networks allows the enterprise Internet of Things (EIoT) to connect wirelessly to remote locations.Read More

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Companies need to change focus, mindset on IIoT security
Companies need to change focus, mindset on IIoT security

There are ways for companies to get an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) project focused while overcoming the security challenges, but it requires a culture change and a different mindset.Read More

2017 Engineers' Choice Awards: Spotlight on innovation
2017 Engineers' Choice Awards: Spotlight on innovation

Best automation, control, and instrumentation products in 28 categories.Read More

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Ethernet solutions for electrical, shock resistance
Ethernet solutions for electrical, shock resistance

Advantech’s EKI-9516/9512 EN50155-certified Ethernet switches are designed to be resistant to shock... Read More

Serial converter for wireless connectivity
Serial converter for wireless connectivity

EZAutomation's EZWifi is a serial-to-wifi converter that is designed to connect a device to a... Read More

Wireless process sensing and monitoring solutions industrial applications
Wireless process sensing and monitoring solutions industrial applications

Wireless Industrial Networks' (WIN) wireless process sensing and condition-based monitoring... Read More

Power meter with WirelessHART technology
Power meter with WirelessHART technology

Emerson's WirelessHART power meter is designed to improve equipment reliability and enable energy... Read More

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