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The future of remote operations in manufacturing opens the opportunity for facilities to improve their operations, leveraging IoT-enabled technologies to improve everything from mobility to worker safety.
As remote automation increasingly involves multiple data producers and many distributed consumers, the need for intelligence at the edge becomes essential.
Adoption of industrial automation mobile access continues to increase, as technologies improve, and user concerns are addressed.
Example of how a real-time locating system (RTLS) enabled a facility to stay safe with social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Transmitter uses Power over Ethernet (PoE) to provide secure in-plant and remote monitoring.
FDT Group's updated FDT 3.0 standard is designed to meet demands for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications in the process, hybrid, and discrete manufacturing sectors.
Researchers at Stanford University have invented a manufacturing technique that yields flexible, atomically thin transistors less than 100 nm in length, making flexible electronics (flextronics) closer to a reality.
Customized applications can help industrial organizations manage field devices and reduce overall operating and maintenance costs.
Maintaining business continuity during COVID-19 is vital for manufacturers; secure remote access can provide a safe platform to keep operations running