FDT 3.0 Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) standard enables open automation transformation. See video.
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Time-sensitive networking (TSN) can help reshape industrial communications and factory operations and futureproof digital manufacturing.
Making a major investment – particularly when it involves transformative technologies – can be daunting. Seven reasons for making the push to smart factory technology are highlighted.
With FDT 3.0, device type managers (DTMs) are now OPC UA-ready and offer data through the natively-integrated FDT OPC unified server.
Wireless technologies are growing and indoor location tracking is a major component of it. As an open standard, omlox can help Industry 4.0.
HART technology has been developed, alongside other technologies, to allow it to continue to meet the needs of the industry marketplace.
AT&T and Texas A&M University System’s RELLIS Campus has private 5G testbeds for public and private sector organizations to develop and innovate with 5G powered applications and solutions.
The user interface (UI) design for measurement and control applications has critical importance within modern industrial operations.
Advanced industrial networks that incorporate time-sensitive networking (TSN) can benefit from high-speed, reliable communications for smart manufacturing applications.