Are you an industrial controls engineer who'd like to monitor and control your automation system on a mobile device?
Just imagine what you could do with an operator interface you could use on any authorized tablet, smartphone, or computer, regardless of size or manufacturer.
In a minute, we'll describe how you can now build, deploy, and view your browser-based operator interface HMI screens with no programming and no browser plugins. It's mobile made simple.
CEOs of the global robotics industry took the opportunity at the IFR Roundtable discussion to give their statements about how robots create jobs, education, the vision of manufacturing, research & development, and the future of robots.
Short review on 2011 robot statistics and forecasts up to 2015 by Arturo Baroncelli, IFR Vice President, and a summary on the results of the study "Positive impact of industrial robots on employment" by John Dulchinos, CEO Adept.
The 4th IFR CEO Round Table discussion on 22 January 2013 at the Automate in Chicago focused on the impact of industrial robots on employment.
Learn about Opto 22's new LED Dimmer Switch: a solid-state dimmer you can put on your serial network.
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In this Automation.com interview with drives industry expert Rick Kirkpatrick, you'll learn about the production and business advantages of using AC drives to control motor speeds. To learn more, click here to download the presentation "Drives 101: Basic features of AC Drives."
Moxa's Professional Design Service (PDS) provides clients with customized industrial computing solutions to meet project-specific requirements. Project management, cost-saving options, hardware and software integration, and the latest technology available will be discussed through consultations to [...]
Each Moxa IP camera goes through a rigorous battery of testing, where it is subjected to savage blows and extreme environments to confirm that they possess industrial-grade reliability. In this video, see the harsh conditions Moxa cameras are put through including temperature chambers, vibration tests, and [...]
Mobile meets automation: Instant access to your PACs and I/O from your iOS or Android device.
The second installment in our series on Industrial Ethernet performance explains how PROFINET uses a Real Time Channel to increase speed and determinism in a control automation network.
The first in a four part series on Industrial Ethernet performance. This first installment explains how PROFINET uses TCP/IP communication for data that is not time-critical.
In this video we describe how PROFINET fits into the network architecture of a manufacturing environment. Enjoy!
The first of our video series gives a most basic introduction to PROFINET technology. We hope you enjoy it enough to watch further videos and learn more at http://www.allthingsprofinet.com
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