Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics

What is “Just enough industrial data analysis?” Laurie Cavanaugh, director of business development, E Tech Group, and Matt Ruth, president, Avanceon, share some advice here and more in an April 21 webcast, archived for a year afterward. Courtesy: Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics May 16, 2022

Questions answered: What is just enough industrial data analysis?

Extra questions from the data analytics webcast are answered here, from an April 21 webcast, archived for a year.

By Laurie Cavanaugh and Matt Ruth
What is “Just enough industrial data analysis?” Laurie Cavanaugh, director of business development, E Tech Group, and Matt Ruth, president, Avanceon, share some advice here and more in an April 21 webcast, archived for a year afterward. Courtesy: Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics April 18, 2022

What is just enough industrial data analysis?

Supply chain constrictions, pandemic and labor shortages have raised the need for more effective industrial data analytics. Get guidance from case studies and audience benchmarking in an April 21 webcast, archived for a year.

By Laurie Cavanaugh and Matt Ruth
Courtesy: GE Digital
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics April 8, 2022

More answers on how to improve OEE, quality with advanced analytics

An analytics webcast March 29 explains how today’s Smart Factory leverages out-of-the-box and cloud-based overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) capabilities to accelerate improvement programs. Audience questions from the webcast are answered below.

By Cobus van Heerden and Gregory Dunn
Courtesy: GE Digital
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics March 29, 2022

How to improve OEE, quality with advanced analytics

A webcast March 29 explains how today’s Smart Factory leverages out-of-the-box and cloud-based overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) capabilities to accelerate improvement programs. Analytics allow prescriptive asset management and can result in significant improvements.

By GE Digital
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics, Edge Computing March 23, 2022

Industrial communication moving networks to the edge

Edge computing can help to determine the status of device, machine, line, and even plant health, which can be used to identify opportunities to increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). 

By Steve Fales
Courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics, Edge Computing March 18, 2022

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.

By Suzanne Gill
Courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics March 18, 2022

Immersive mixed reality will power the Metaverse

The Metaverse will be able to help optimize production planning, accelerate designing, improve overall production efficiency and increase accuracy

By Dijam Panigrahi
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics, Edge Computing March 10, 2022

Virtually designing out problems with 3D simulation software

3D simulation software is moving from being a nice-to-have to a necessity for manufacturers thanks to technology advances.

By Mikko Urho
Courtesy: Inductive Automation
Virtualization, Cloud, Analytics, Edge Computing March 8, 2022

Edge technologies enable Industry 4.0

Organizations using Industry 4.0 with edge technologies gain benefits such as lower costs, faster speeds, easier troubleshooting and others.

By Jim Meyers
Courtesy: TrendMiner
Virtualization, Cloud Analytics February 22, 2022

Digital transformation: An IIoT journey to analytics maturity

A fully-augmented factory allows process experts to manage by exception rather than by reaction. Once companies can manage processes by exception, they have created a smart factory, according to a company with a Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Award product.

By Edwin van Dijk