AI and Machine Learning May 21, 2024

How to transform manufacturing four ways with AI

Automate 2024: Artificial intelligence (AI) helps engineering, data analysis, programming, troubleshooting in manufacturing, according to Microsoft and OPC Foundation.

By Mark T. Hoske
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DCS, SCADA, Controllers May 29, 2024

Considerations for DCS modernization for process control systems

Engineers tasked with modernizing their process control systems and distributed control systems (DCS) have many considerations.

By Attila Bondor
Digital Twins April 26, 2024

Digital twin capabilities periodic table released

The Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table (CPT) is an architecture and technology agnostic requirements definition framework for digital twin use.

By Digital Twin Consortium (DTC)
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 May 23, 2024

Hot Control Engineering IIoT, Industry 4.0 articles in 2024

Control Engineering top 5 articles online about IIoT and Industry 4.0 posted over the last year covered Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing, SCADA and IIoT implementations, Industry 4.0 assessments and more.

By Chris Vavra
Oliver Fels is responsible for the Vendor ID for the EtherCAT Technology Group.
Ethernet May 28, 2024

EtherCAT group celebrates vendor ID milestone

By EtherCAT Technology Group
Robotics May 23, 2024

Advice to get started with industrial mobile robots

By Mark T. Hoske
Motors and Drives May 15, 2024

Power quality, harmonics: How to select a variable frequency drive (VFD)

By Lucas Paruch
Process Instrumentation and Sensors May 29, 2024

How to safely, sustainably absolve industrial malodors with standardized formulations

By Dr. Laura Haupert
Cybersecurity May 28, 2024

IT/OT cybersecurity, part 3: Starting the cybersecurity journey

By John Clemons, Tim Gellner and Vicky Bruce

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