Tulip, an MIT spinout company, has developed a customizable manufacturing app platform that connects people, machines and sensors to optimize processes on a shop floor.
Emerging condition monitoring software and devices have ingrained cybersecurity that helps bring legacy systems and processes into the modern era.
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Choosing the best industrial controller requires evaluation of automation, communication and security needs.
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The case for private wireless, mission-critical communications networks.
Understanding what devices a manufacturer has working on a network is important, but the next step is to take that knowledge and move toward prevention.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia are developing an automated program in development aimed at improving the security of these devices and boosting security in the smart grid.
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The ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance will assemble a global group of stakeholders from end-user companies, control system vendors, information technology (IT) and operations technology (OT) infrastructure providers, system integrators, and other industry affiliates.