Nelly Ayllon

Technical marketing director, PI North America.


Industrial Networking August 4, 2021

Profibus PA overview and description

Profibus process automation (PA) is used in process manufacturing applications., which typically requiring slower procedures and also might be characterized by explosive or hazardous environments.

By Nelly Ayllon
Industrial Networking July 6, 2021

Understanding the difference between Profinet RT and Profinet IRT

Profinet real time (RT) and Profinet isochronous real time (IRT) can be employed to deliver data within a Profinet network, but they are best used for specific applications.

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Industrial Networking June 22, 2021

Hardware needed for building a Profinet network

Users will employ three major pieces of hardware when building an industrial network with Profinet: controllers, devices, and general infrastructure.See video containing a live demo.

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Industrial Networking June 15, 2021

How Profinet works for manufacturers

Profinet is an open Industrial Ethernet solution designed to exchange data between controllers and devices in an automation setting.

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Industrial Networking April 20, 2021

Energy management for industrial networks

Automation components consume a large amount of energy during production and can strain industrial networks' ability to run properly.

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Industrial Networking March 10, 2021

How time-sensitive networking is making Ethernet deterministic

Time-sensitive networking (TSN) is designed to make Ethernet deterministic by design and improve synchronicity and overall communication among devices.

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Ethernet February 12, 2021

Functional safety networks for Ethernet communication protocols

PROFIsafe extends the Profinet communication protocol to address unique requirements for safety-related information necessary to conform to strict safety standards.

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Automation September 25, 2020

Automated container terminal streamlines U.S. supply chain

The TraPac San Pedro Bay facility in Los Angeles is the first automated container terminal in North America, bringing more goods through the same footprint, with faster truck turn times and a 90% reduction in emissions

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