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A network on wheels
A network on wheels

With the number of connected devices, sensors, and "smart" technologies on the rise, plant managers are in a unique position to modernize their working environments and gain a number of never-before accessible skills, including real-time visibility into the status of people, equipment, and operations of... Read More

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A new-age approach to traditional manufacturing issues
A new-age approach to traditional manufacturing issues

As the virtual world collides with real-world manufacturing issues, the winners will be those who successfully navigate the challenges of both the technology and the people who will operate it. That... Read More

Five machine design challenges and how motion controls help
Five machine design challenges and how motion controls help

Motion control system designers are under pressure to differentiate offerings in an increasingly commoditized marketplace in a wide range of applications, such as benchtop laboratory automation,... 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’s impact on the oil and gas industry
IIoT’s impact on the oil and gas industry

The recent drop in oil prices resulted in some companies going through the traditional route of cost-cutting measures such as layoffs and capital expenditure (CapEx) reductions. However, some... Read More

Open systems and IIoT, working in tandem
Open systems and IIoT, working in tandem

At considerable expense and tremendous toil, over the last 40 years, U.S. production assets were equipped for automated process control and information management. It's worked out well. Yet what's... 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 September issue features stories on process analytics and LTE network connectivity.
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Changing the Game for Machine Designers
Smart machines are changing the way OEMs drive competitive advantage, leverage information, and drive new revenue models. Innovative, new technologies can provide design engineers the opportunity to meet increasing demands from users for meaningful insights and improved machine performance. Learn more.
Upcoming Webcast
How to Build a Cyber Risk Mitigation Plan for Today’s Connected Plant
This webcast will discuss ways to learn how to build a cyber risk mitigation plan for today’s connected plant using IEC 62443 to address risks and validate effectiveness through testing and assessment and securing your supply chain.

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

Sponsored by: UL
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Featured Products
Frame motor
Frame motor

The MV449 frame motor features an industry leading power output with up to 400HP and can increase... Read More

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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Do you have questions about Industrial Ethernet?
Nexans Industrial Solutions is a leader in industrial Ethernet technology, and as such we’ve fielded many questions from our customers. We’ve consolidated these questions into a white paper on implementing the Industrial Internet of Things in your factory. Download your copy now.