Control Engineering Europe
Modern supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) solutions can offer actionable insight to allow for better monitoring and control of production processes.
There is growing interest from end-user organizations in the use of machine learning, AI and other emerging technologies to increase actionable information.
Ensure all devices and Ethernet nodes in a system are connected so operators receive the critical data they need to maintain operations.
New research has revealed that the manufacturing industry is dangerously underestimating the role that technology will play in building a sustainable operation that can thrive in the face of future pandemics, the climate crisis and economic and political instability.
Well-engineered design, which takes into account the physical environment, safety and security can help make wireless control the new normal in factories and plants around the globe.
The ability to use existing industrial Ethernet and wireless networks in process manufacturing plants and automation facilities has made data exchange within a facility and even throughout global corporate networks easier than ever.
The rise of high-mix, low-volume (HMLV) production has become commonplace with more customized items being produced. Collaborative robots can be a key enabler in this process.
The Artificial Intellience of Things (AIoT) can offer many potential benefits for edge and cloud computing applications for manufacturers.
An enterprise-wide digital nervous system is emerging thanks to more powerful machine learning algorithms and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
Reliable flow control equipment plays an essential part in the control of many manufacturing and industrial processes.