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AI and Machine Learning April 17, 2024

How gen AI can help amplify industrial efforts

Carefully curated AI, when integrated on a comprehensive industrial automation platform, will accelerate the way users develop, deploy and optimize manufacturing and processing operations.

By Darrell Halterman
Automation May 14, 2024

How to get more from automation with AI, digital threads

Automate 2024: End-users, system integrators and original equipment manufacturers should expect more from automation, according to Siemens presentations at Automate 2024 by A3, the Association for Advancing Automation, in Chicago.

By Mark T. Hoske
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)
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Edge and Cloud Computing May 13, 2024

Top 5 Control Engineering content: May 6-12, 2024

The top 5 pieces of content from the past week includes edge computing, cybersecurity, zero trust and more

By Tyler Wall
Robotics May 16, 2024

Controlling shape-shifting soft robots effectively

By Adam Zewe
Motors and Drives May 15, 2024

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

By Lucas Paruch
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Data Acquisition, DAQ March 29, 2024

How unified namespace drives efficiency, quality in manufacturing

By Kudzai Manditereza
Cybersecurity May 6, 2024

Four steps to designing for future OT cybersecurity challenges

By Chris Vavra

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