Suzanne Gill is editor, Control Engineering Europe.
Edge computing use cases, success stories
The adoption of edge computing at all levels within a system architecture means that a diverse range of hardware and software solutions are required.
How collaborative robots’ flexibility benefits manufacturers
Collaborative robots (cobots) are growing in industrial manufacturing applications because of their flexibility and their ability to work alongside humans whereas traditional robots cannot.
Next steps for digital transformation for manufacturers
With many industrial organizations now having taken their first digitalization steps, there are potential disruptions for manufacturers with their digital transformation journeys.
The driving force behind Industry 4.0 success
Smart sensors play a key role in helping manufacturers achieve Industry 4.0 goals.
AI used to control process manufacturing operations
A project in Japan used artificial intelligence (AI) to autonomously control a chemical plant for 35 consecutive days.
IT, OT convergence enabling digital manufacturing transformation
Information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) convergence is enabling a digital manufacturing transformation.
Single-pair Ethernet benefits for manufacturers
Single-pair ethernet (SPE) has been gaining attention in recent years and has many potential applications and advantages for manufacturers.
Moving toward edge computing adoption
For the control engineer, it's worth asking what the benefits are from moving intelligence to the edge and how they can achieve success in brownfield plants.
AIoT improves transparency, quality for manufacturers
The speed of adoption and the potential benefits of combined artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in the industrial sector could lead to many positive benefits.
Achieving net zero carbon emissions with SCADA
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software can play a key role in helping industrial organizations on their journey to net zero carbon emissions.