5 Essential Security Features for Control, Edge, and IIoT Systems
Regardless of the connected automation device you’re looking to install, key security features to look for include network interfaces, firewalls, data communication options, encryption and certificate management, and user accounts.
How IIoT Can Save Mining & Milling Equipment
Standard pumps and valves may not have the survivability and reliability desired by the user in harsh environments such as mining, pulp and paper mills, and steel mills.
New IIoT Conference at Hannover Messe to Guide Industrial Tech Buyers
The IoT M2M Council (IMC), the largest trade organization dedicated to the Internet of Things, will join forces with Hannover Messe, the world's largest manufacturing trade show, to produce a...
A new guide for the IIoT connectivity space
Unlike today's internet, the amazing diversity of applications in dozens of industries cannot be easily addressed by a single IIoT connectivity technology.
A New Way to Overcome IIoT Security Challenges
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) trend continues to explode, both in the number of IIoT devices put into production as well as the significant increases in security risk industrial organizations face. In this article, we take a closer look at why IIoT devices pose such a threat … and how you can overcome them... Read More The post A New Way to Overcome IIoT Security Challenges appeared first on CSPi.
How these end users are adapting to the new world of IIoT
As more remote connectivity and upstream success stories build, the downstream plants of such processors may lead to more IIoT implementations.
Smart Devices for Teaching an Old House New Tricks
Add convenience and energy-saving perspective to your home with these intelligent gadgets.
Recording Metal On 100 Year Old Equipment [Watch]
Ever wonder what metal would sound like if it was recorded on 100 year old equipment? Now you know!
How the IIoT Is Transforming Manufacturing
With the potential of sensors embedded in new and legacy production equipment, engineers and designers today are challenged with a new task: how to perceive value and communicate the benefit…
Lift Truck Tips: Teaching an old lift truck new tricks
Fleet owners have plenty of options for improving the ergonomics and productivity of aging equipment.
3 trends in development for the IIoT
Despite the buzz about the IoT and the IIoT, the development of tools and programs for the design of IoT systems and equipment are still embryonic. But there are signs of progress. Here’s what industry leaders are saying about developments in IoT technology. Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor The Internet of Things
What Is an IIoT Platform?
The foundation of data-driven manufacturing is an IIoT platform: the hardware and software package that connects devices and equipment and enables management of data flows and applications.
Your guide to the top IIoT companies
IIoT equipment is expected to have longer product life spans than consumer hardware. This makes selecting the right vendor and right product more daunting. Here’s help.
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What Is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
By: R. Scott Raynovich April 15, 2017 The Internet of Things (IoT) has taken the world by storm, as technology experts and investors take a look at the technology that will be required to network and secure just about any device on earth -- billions of devices and machines including automobiles, appliances, and smartphones The IoT is often divided into two subsegments -- consumer IoT (connected…
Who’s investing in IIoT and why
by LESLIE LANGNAU, Managing Editor Medical, automation, automotive, food and beverage, material handling—so many industries plan to take advantage of IIoT. Experts explain why. Connecting various devices, systems and equipment together through an Ethernet platform has been going on for years in various manufacturing
I Have Some Old Equipment Still in Use, What is the Typical Lifecycle for This Equipment?
Top 10 Small Business IT Questions #9 ? I Have Some Old Equipment Still In Use, What is the Typical Lifecycle for This Equipment? The typical lifecycle of computer equipment is 3 to 5 years. Your computer becomes obsolete because the manufacturers no longer support your computer's hardware, software, or both. Even though your computer may continue to function past its expected "life", finding a replacement…
A guide to new spray equipment
We've featured sprayer tools for the last few months in different places, we bring them together in time for the season.
What is IIoT?
The Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, is the application of instrumentation and connected sensors and other devices to machinery and vehicles. What that means in practice varies widely. Watch this 2-minute video to get up to speed fast.
How to Breath New Life Into Your Old Audio Equipment
We review the Amazon Echo Input, which is the cheapest and easiest way to turn your old analog or Bluetooth speaker into a smart speaker.