The ability to remotely access your control system as well as troubleshoot from a remote site is becoming increasingly important as wireless technology becomes more dominant in the manufacturing industry.
IoT technology standards, adoption will drive its potential. John Kowal, the director of business development at B+R Automation, argues that the technology already is in place.
At 2014 NIDays Chicago, Noah Reding, National Instruments, told Control Engineering and Plant Engineering about advances in engineering test tools, automotive software development, the future of technology, and the Internet of things (IoT).
McLaren, best known for their success in Formula 1 racing, uses sensors to gather and interpret data on the racetrack as well as applications ranging from safety, healthcare, and technology.
Keynote speaker, Vince Bertram, speaks to Chicago students about opportunities in STEM careers and engineering.