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What can the IIoT do?
What can the IIoT do?

In the industrial world, it's called the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)—a huge buzzword in manufacturing and the topic seems to be everywhere. Like the Internet of Things (IoT), the IIoT connects devices and people and collects and shares large amounts of data. The IIoT enables more intelligent machines, more... Read More

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Turning Big Data analytics into actionable information
Turning Big Data analytics into actionable information

Some might assume Big Data analytics is synonymous with machine learning (ML) or artificial intelligence (AI), but this is incorrect. Although some aspects of these technologies may be used in Big... Read More

Artificial intelligence's impact on the robotics industry
Artificial intelligence's impact on the robotics industry

Researchers and entrepreneurs with decades of working in artificial intelligence (AI) are trying to help people better understand its elusive nature. They're working to reduce some of the confusion... Read More

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Emerson's new Plantweb Optics uses modern mobility and communication tools to help user's collaboration on developing issues in the plant from wherever they are - before those issues impact production. Learn more.
IIoT in the plant: three ways to profit
IIoT in the plant: three ways to profit

Buzzwords abound when it comes to technology in manufacturing: digital transformation, Industrie 4.0., and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Regardless of the terminology, manufacturers are... Read More

Artificial intelligence in the industrial enterprise
Artificial intelligence in the industrial enterprise

Automation can improve a process. Productivity can gain from examination of workflows and leading indicators. And analytics deliver insight as to how things are going. But it isn't till you step... 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 March issue features stories on artificial intelligence, time-sensitive networking, analog meters, and enterprise resource planning (ERP).
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IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Webcast One: Cloud and mobility in field operations
Connected assets, rich data, and cloud-based analytics increase reliability and support optimization of field equipment installations. Predictive maintenance and closed-loop control can be applied to remote operations while remaining under centralized management.

Thursday, April 19, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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IIoT: Machines, Equipment & Asset Management Digital Report
Articles in this digital report highlight technologies that enable Industrial Internet of Things, IIoT-related products and strategies including easier real-time sensor data access via tablets, cybersecurity, how to get data more easily from maintenance software, and easier industrial connectivity. Learn more.