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 May 13, 2024
Courtesy: Opto 22

Control Engineering’s top 5 pieces of content over the past week includes edge computing, cybersecurity, zero trust and more.

1. Edge to cloud: Understanding new industrial architectures

Modern edge devices put emphasis on cybersecurity, data democratization and programmability to enable advanced cloud capabilities.

2. Four steps to designing for future OT cybersecurity challenges

Manufacturers are continuing to be a major target for cybersecurity attacks and need to plan and design for the future. Four steps on how to do this are highlighted.

3. Why is trust becoming such a big issue?

The latest thinking of automation vendors, relating to cybersecurity in the OT environment, indicates trust is an issue.

4. Speed up reactions with edge computing

There are benefits that edge computing is bringing to the operational technology environment for manufacturers.

5. How to choose a VFD for medium-voltage motors

Understand the advantages of multi-level output drive topology in medium voltage (MV) motor applications. Motor insulation reliability and reflected waves: What to consider when selecting a variable frequency drive (VFD).

Author Bio: Tyler Wall is an associate editor for CFE Media and Technology