I/O Systems, I/O Modules
Decentralized input/output (I/O) system improves the performance of mixed valve terminals and I/O systems.
Information technology and operational technology can be together, but needs differ. Industrial visibility, interconnections, scalability, wireless mobility, remote data collection and data analytics are among benefits. See 7 benefits of IT/OT data flow.
Overcome three OT/IT cybersecurity barriers and move towards cyber-resiliency in three cybersecurity steps.
Installing smart input/output (I/O) during an upgrade or migration can provide personnel with near-real-time data at their fingertips
Latest remote I/O combines IIoT communication with even more processing power than traditional intelligent I/O
Industrial environments are generating more data than ever. Whether for production volume, downtime or serial numbers, this information can offer insight into processes and productivity.
Machine mount I/O devices are expected to support simple digital and analog inputs and outputs and other modules with intelligence built in support motor starters, variable speed drives, communication modules and radio frequency identification (RFID) tag readers. Integrated safety can support systems more simply than hardwired solutions or separate systems.
System integrators discuss an eight-year distributed control system upgrade from a legacy system without downtime and a 100-site information technology and operational technology system integration project to improve data mining, tagging structures, and programming disparities.
Smarter workers: Developing a standardized operational technology (OT) architecture to support the new digital environment is challenging, especially with many devices with diverse protocols. Those with expertise in controls, automation, and instrumentation can help with digital transformation.
The GRV-R7-MM1001-10 is an intelligent, Ethernet-based input/output unit designed to combine multi-signal, multifunction sensing with PoE-powered edge data processing for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connection to real-world signals.