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Using advanced analytics can help assure product quality and overall operational efficiencies. See case study example.
Demystify the need for Big Data and five related challenges: data structure, scalability, integration, storage, and upgrades.
Companies need to be open to new technologies to see fundamental paradigm shifts in productivity, beyond incremental improvements. Rapid increases in productivity, visibility, flexibility, and agility are needed.
Some applications require data acquisition strategies without cloud connectivity, but they can still benefit from advanced analytics technology.
Centralized data architectures are adapting to new opportunities for data collection and analytics.
TrendMiner 2019.R1 self-service analytics software release for process manufacturing includes a visual representation of time-series data, making it easier for users to analyze, monitor and predict process and asset performance.
FieldComm Group's process automation device information model specification (PA-DIM) has been endorsed by the OPC Foundation, and Profibus & Profinet International (PI).
New software and input/output (I/O) devices can help users eliminate useless data through effective diagnostics, error localization and filter designs to extract accurate figures.
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