FEATURED ARTICLESin Industrial Networks
Securing Industrial Wireless Networks
By Divya Venkataraman, Rockwell Automation
Given the unique risks that wireless communications face – which include the interception and...
Wireless Industrial Switch/Sensor FAQs
By Leonard Patti, STEUTE Industrial Controls
This article compiles the most frequently asked questions as they relate to the range of currently...
Wireless Sensor Networks: Applications in Oil & Gas
By Brent McAdams, OleumTech
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) have emerged as a key technology for oil & gas exploration. This article goes in-depth...
If You Want a Solid Network…Put a Ring on It
By: David Zaveski, Antaira
No single technology is ideal for every application. ERPS rings have found a niche where they not only excel but may...
NEWSin Industrial Networks
- EtherCAT technology group to officially support EtherCAT P
- Toyota selects EtherCAT as industrial Ethernet technology
- ODVA to develop standards for a Common Industrial Cloud Interface
- Dell announces IoT Solutions Partner Program
- Qorvo to acquire GreenPeak Technologies
- CC-Link Partner Association opens office in Mexico City
- ISA100 certifies Flowserve's PMV D3 Wireless enabled valve positioner
- Servotronix supplies controls for Gleason machines
- FirstLight Fiber announces partnership with Intelisys
- Alpha Wire shrinks coaxial cables down to 50 AWG
- SignalFire Ships 20,000th Wireless Node
- QSFP-DD plans to increase pluggable module speeds to 400 Gbps
PRODUCT NEWSin Industrial Networks
Beckhoff releases EL3751 multi-function measurement terminal
The EL3751, an I/O for measurement applications, with eXtreme Fast Control technology (XFC) provides measurement technology as part of the standard...
Moore announces redesign of WNM wireless network module
The WNM Wireless Network Module has been redesigned with a sleeker housing and incorporating both Serial and Ethernet communications in one model
NEXCOM introduces CPS 200 IoT gateway solution
NEXCOM IoT gateway solution CPS 200 is designed to provide simple yet secure connection to the cloud for legacy industrial automation and control...
MEDIAin Industrial Networks
RESOURCESin Industrial Networks
By David J. Teumim
This easy-to-read book introduces managers, engineers, technicians, and operators on how to keep our industrial networks secure...
By Perry S. Marshall and John S. Rinaldi
After reading this book, you will be able to plan Industrial Ethernet installations with realistic...
WeConfig is designed to simplify the initial installation and configuration of single or multiple Westermo devices, improving network management...
WHITE PAPERSin Industrial Networks
By Gregory Braun, C3 Solutions
This whitepaper explores arguments in favor and against using systems based in the cloud, with the goal of offering...
By Zebra Technologies
When it comes to wireless communications, most industrial environments are three to five years behind the carpeted space....
By Cisco and Rockwell Automation
White paper introduces an approach to security policy enforcement that tightly controls access by anyone inside...
CASE STUDIESin Industrial Networks
The new control system will integrate traditionally disparate, malt-production processes into a single, networked, EtherNet/IP-based solution to...
Power Construction is using the environmental monitoring system to collect and transmit temperature and humidity data in a 27-story hospital in...
Ethernet-based networks have been installed to support the control of 225,000 mirrors at the twin La Florida and La Dehesa concentrating solar...
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