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Five technology trends for 2018
Five technology trends for 2018

Technology has never advanced faster, with the global adoption of smartphones, self-learning and agile robots, affordable genome sequencing, and ubiquitous data storage. There have been impressive advances so far in the 21st century. Though some of the current innovations, such as 600 mph hyperloops, fully-autonomous... Read More

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Replacing analog meters in the nuclear industry
Replacing analog meters in the nuclear industry

More than 120 years ago, Sir Edward Weston invented the analog panel meter (APM). The meter's simplicity, along with its low manufacturing cost, is unfortunately offset by its unreliability,... Read More

Drives and machines are getting smarter in the Industrie 4.0 era
Drives and machines are getting smarter in the Industrie 4.0 era

Machine manufacturers are under pressure to provide shorter development times for highly advanced machines with less manpower as Industrie 4.0 adoption gains momentum. The requirement for real-time... Read More

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Next-gen asset performance management software shows the big picture
Next-gen asset performance management software shows the big picture

Manufacturing is at the brink of the next generation industrial automation revolution, driven by advances in robotics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. To remain competitive, complex,... Read More

Make productive assets part of the supply chain
Make productive assets part of the supply chain

As the e-commerce landscape evolves, supply chains face increasing pressure to keep pace. With the growth of the on-demand economy, needs for shorter shipping times and realistic fulfillment... Read More

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Digital Edition
IIoT for Engineers is a supplement focused on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and is a quarterly publication included with Control Engineering and Plant Engineering. The November issue features stories on best practices for industrial Cloud computing and how core technologies make edge-intelligence possible.
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What do engineers want from the digital oil field?
Today at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET, webcast presenters Arlen Nipper and Peter Reynolds will discuss advances in supervisory control (SCADA) implementations and applications, and use of IIoT sensing, connectivity, and analytics technologies to support remote field operations and services.

One (1) Certified Professional Development Hour (PDH) available for all attendees.

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Safety device for monitoring status, troubleshooting
Safety device for monitoring status, troubleshooting

Thomas & Betts' StatusBus is an add-on function to the DYNlink solution and is designed to keep... Read More

Modular system solution with safe power distribution
Modular system solution with safe power distribution

Woehner's CrossBoard is a modular system solution with which safe power distribution up to 100 A... Read More

Multi-stage low flow, high-head pump
Multi-stage low flow, high-head pump

The VICR has a compact design and reduced number of stages from the radial impeller configuration... Read More

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Direct pendant

Linesse CP2410-W is a 3" linear direct pendant with standard white LED sources. It is available in... Read More

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This digital report will explore several aspects of how IIoT will transform manufacturing in the coming years. Among the topics covered are how to use IIoT to improve operations, how to do a better job of data analysis by using new technologies and new software, and how manufacturers are already using IIoT to affect changes in their operation. Learn more.