Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics

Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics November 14, 2022

Top 5 Control Engineering content: November 7-13, 2022

The most-viewed content from the past week covered OT edge computing, industrial 5G, COVID-19 masks and more.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics October 14, 2022

Grant awarded to explore cloud and edge computing’s future

University of Missouri researchers received a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to explore cloud and edge computing's future.

By University of Missouri
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics October 10, 2022

Top 5 Control Engineering content: October 3-9, 2022

The most-viewed content from the past week covered edge platforms, alarm design, smart energy measurements, plant instrumentation and more.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics October 8, 2022

How hybrid AI improves edge computing, user experience

Hybrid artificial intelligence (AI) acts as a companion technology to data-driven machine intelligence methods and can help edge computing evolve.

By Ari Kamlani
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics October 4, 2022

Evaluating edge as a platform

By standardizing on complete edge platforms, end users are simplifying edge software and hardware delivery, development, deployment, and support, while streamlining operations. See four edge platform building blocks and four concerns.

By Rich Carpenter
Data warehousing provides an opportunity to gather, integrate, and analyze industrial data to determine new opportunities, explained Matt Ruth, president of Avanceon, explain case studies and answer questions about data analytics in the April 21, 2022, webcast, “Just enough industrial data analysis?” and this partial transcript. Courtesy: Avanceon, Control Engineering webcasts
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics September 21, 2022

Industrial data analysis case studies, effectiveness

System integrator case studies show the benefits of in-depth data analysis.

By Tyler Wall
Cloud willingness, connecting operational technology data with business data and addressing cybersecurity concerns can be three technical considerations on the way to more effective industrial data analysis, according to Matt Ruth, president of Avanceon, in an April 21, 2022, webcast, “Just enough industrial data analysis?” and this partial transcript. Courtesy: CFE Media
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics September 14, 2022

How to overcome obstacles to industrial data analytics

Common barriers and concerns of modernizing data analysis in industrial applications.

By Tyler Wall
Smartphones are among commercial technologies setting high expectations for smarter data analytics use for industrial applications, explained Laurie Cavanaugh, director of business development, E Tech Group, in the April 21, 2022, webcast, “Just enough industrial data analysis?” Courtesy: E Tech Group, Control Engineering webcasts
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics September 7, 2022

Data analysis disruptors in the industrial space

Adapt past the disruptors to realize benefits from industrial data analytics.

By CFE Media
Descriptive or diagnostic data analysis provides real-time visualization and troubleshooting benefits, often in a familiar dashboard format, according to Matt Ruth, president of Avanceon, in an April 21, 2022, webcast, “Just enough industrial data analysis?” and this partial transcript. Courtesy: Avanceon, Control Engineering webcasts
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics August 31, 2022

How to get started with industrial data analytics

Knowing the key components of industrial data analytics can help streamline industrial processes for more effective data analytics.

By CFE Media
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics August 15, 2022

Plan for the future with 5G, mobile edge computing

With the help of 5G and mobile edge computing, business owners, manufacturing facility managers and control engineers are experiencing the benefits of transforming traditional, manual processes into automated, efficient technological solutions.

By Nick DelRegno