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This white paper talks about the features users should look for in a mobile app based HART Communicator.
Think Again: Wireless control in six easy steps: Technologies can enable wireless control and mobility applications. What are you waiting for?
Advances in wireless control and mobility allow human-machine interface (HMI) systems allow devices to load and display relevant data that is based on a user’s location and proximity to networked equipment through multiple interfaces and screens.
MIT researchers have developed machine learning software designed to take diagnostic information on any car through a smartphone by analyzing the car's sounds and vibrations, which are measured by the phone's accelerometers and microphone.
Automation, the conventional pinnacle of productivity, increasingly requires multi-platform connectivity to stakeholders across the enterprise to realize the advantages of smart manufacturing in the Industrie 4.0 era. How? Look at platforms, people, processes, and products.
Respondents to the 2017 IIoT for Engineers study identified eight key findings regarding familiarity and implementation of the Industrial Internet of Things; access full report
Siemens' Sinamics V20 Smart access is a web server module that mounts directly onto the V20 drive and transforms a mobile device or laptop into a virtual operator panel.
PTC's ThingWorx role-based manufacturing apps are designed to unify data from enterprise business systems and the sensored physical world, and are designed to deliver user information and real-time insight in context for individual roles.
Cover Story: Reliable wireless capabilities are facilitating mobile monitoring and control. Experts explain why and how mobility helps automation and control applications.