FEATURED ARTICLESin Industrial Networks
The Benefits and Challenges of IT/OT Convergence: Rewriting the rules
By Martyn Williams, COPA-DATA UK
In the modern industrial realm, automation should provide a consistent way of executing tasks and processes –...
Intrusion Detection for the IIoT: How do we detect threats on the factory floor?
By Alan Grau, Icon Labs
As industrial facilities become more connected, hackers are getting more sophisticated, resulting in greater...
Adding Wireless Instruments to Existing Networks
By Moazzam Shamsi, Emerson Process Management
Once a wireless infrastructure is in place, new instruments can be added quickly and easily by...
CISCO Live 2016: Disruption, Data Communications to Drive Industrial Success
By Bill Lydon, Editor, Automation.com
Attending Cisco Live 2016, it is clearer than ever that to be successful, industry needs to leverage the...
NEWSin Industrial Networks
- EnOcean announces appointment of Neil Cannon as company president
- CC-Link announces ASCO CC-Link IE Field Certification
- Moxa earns Aon Hewitt Best Employer 2016 award
- ADLINK and Wind River announce joint R&D center
- HARTING and HIROSE reach product development agreement
- NI announces Alex Davern to succeed Dr. James Truchard as CEO
- ABB elected to the Industrial Internet Consortium’s steering committee
- Huawei joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors
- FieldComm Group's End User Seminar focuses on integration and the IIoT
- ODVA Offers Fall Training Sessions
- Beckhoff to highlight IIoT hardware and software tools at IMTS
- PI North America concludes first PROFINET Plugfest
PRODUCT NEWSin Industrial Networks
HMS Industrial Networks introduces Anybus Wireless Bolt
The Anybus Wireless Bolt is a wireless access point designed to be mounted on a machine or cabinet to give it wireless access via WLAN, Bluetooth...
Rotork announces Rotork RI Wireless valve monitoring solution
Designed for new and existing plants in the process industries and utilities, RI Wireless products are intended to facilitate predictive...
Memex announces the MTC-One connectivity board
The MTC-One is an MTConnect connectivity board for legacy machine tools and IIoT devices and will be unveiled at the International Manufacturing...
MEDIAin Industrial Networks
RESOURCESin Industrial Networks
The next few years will be highly challenging for network administration professionals. This eBook explores network challenges and methods to...
The EtherCAT Conformance Test Tool, or CTT, is the official reference tool for specifying compliant implementation of EtherCAT technology into...
This on-demand webinar discusses best practices from Industrial IP Advantage – a coalition of Cisco, Panduit and Rockwell Automation – for how...
WHITE PAPERSin Industrial Networks
By Opto 22
Systems at the network edge are increasingly able to leverage cloudbased resources to perform edge computing, but before the benefits...
In order to provide smooth production processes with critical machine vision applications, building a rugged Ethernet network is...
In order to improve efficiency and remote management on the CNC shop floor, networking is required from both device level and infrastructure...
CASE STUDIESin Industrial Networks
The JMA Wireless’ Teko DAS (distributed antenna system) has been deployed to ensure wireless network coverage throughout the Vehicle Security...
The project involved implementing a SCADA remote control system to connect railway stations, sectioning facilities and substations on the...
Windhoff Bahn-und Anlagentechnik used Siemens TIA portal to develop a solution for lifting trains which involves the use of lifting systems...
EVENTSin Industrial Networks
Internet of Things West is an event covering advanced connectivity and cloud-based control of devices, equipment, facilities and enterprise operations. This conference is one of two annual “Internet of Things” trade shows hosted by Webcom Communications, with IoT West serving the western US, Canada and Mexico. It will be held in November in Las Vegas, Nev. co-located with complementary events.
Attend industry forums, hands-on labs, and technical sessions to expand your knowledge and use of the latest control, power and information technologies. With over 170 exhibits, take advantage of automation expertise from Rockwell Automation and members of our PartnerNetwork
TRAININGin Industrial Networks
This class has been specially designed for end users and OEMs in industrial automation. Attend to learn how EtherNet/IP's network services, peer-to-peer architecture and standards-based approach ease integration of data between the plant floor to enterprise, helping you realize the full potential of industrial automation while reducing risk and the cost of integration.