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Implementing remote technical training
Implementing remote technical training

Today it is possible to provide your customer with remote technical training, including hands-on time with your product. Industrial devices such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and servos rely on an Ethernet or universal serial bus (USB) connection for troubleshooting, configuration, and programming. This... Read More

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Three levels of condition-based maintenance
Three levels of condition-based maintenance

Even in today’s high-tech world, many companies still have a limited view of their compressed air system health, and often take a “better safe than sorry” approach, and prematurely replace... Read More

Understanding the convergence of IT and OT
Understanding the convergence of IT and OT

Information technology (IT) and operations technology (OT) coexist in many facilities, but they often don't work together. It's vital to understand the importance of converging IT and OT to optimize... 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.
Machine vision systems are increasingly using cloud technology
Machine vision systems are increasingly using cloud technology

Machine vision inside and outside the manufacturing environment is increasingly turning to the cloud for off-site computing and storage solutions. Historically, these processes were handled in-house... Read More

Security's role in manufacturing automation
Security's role in manufacturing automation

Advances in technologies can lead to great things for the manufacturing automation sector, but everyone has to keep in mind security has to play a key role. "With new technologies and new... Read More

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E-magazine
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 May issue features stories on data analytics, cloud-based disruption, and interpreting data.
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Next Level Repair: Adaptive Diagnostics for Manufacturing eGuide.
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IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects
This webcast will look at how engineers develop products, execute projects, and sustain productivity–with support from a cyber-physical world. IIoT supports digital transformation. Going forward, decisions made as to how industrial enterprises, and project managers, can leverage a maturing IIoT market, will have impact.

Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Crime lab enclosures
Crime lab enclosures

EnviroMax enclosures are engineered to isolate forensics instruments and processes such as evidence... Read More

Configurable I/O marshalling system with wiring functionality
Configurable I/O marshalling system with wiring functionality

Phoenix Contact’s VIP-ER with input/output accessories (IOAs) system combines high-speed... Read More

Digital discrete output module
Digital discrete output module

Opto 22's GRC-OAC-12 digital output module can switch up to 12 separate ac loads of 12 to 250 Vac... Read More

Miniature circuit breaker
Miniature circuit breaker

The new MCBs are an all-in-one product, flexible for use in AC and DC applications and marked to... Read More

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Engineering Leaders Under 40
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Engineering Leaders Under 40 program to those who have made significant contributions to their plant and to the control engineering and/or plant engineering professions. Nominees must be working professionals who are under the age of 40 as of Sept. 1, 2018. Learn more.