FEATURED ARTICLESin Industrial Networks
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...
Wireless and Wired Network Reliability and Maintenance
By Moazzam Shamsi, Emerson Process Management
This article discusses the maintenance and reliability aspects of wired and wireless infrastructure,...
Closing the Gap between Cyber Security and Operational Safety
By Barak Perelman, CEO, Indegy
Both external attackers and internal threats put the safety of industrial control systems (ICS) and critical...
Hilscher Enters IIoT in a Big Way
By: Bill Lydon, Editor
Automation.com's editor spoke with executives at Hilscher about their new NetIOT line and how they can enable better...
NEWSin Industrial Networks
- 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
- Harting hires Dr. Vivek Dave Director of Technology
- Thermoelectric Modules Market to grow 9.50% by 2023
PRODUCT NEWSin Industrial Networks
Laird releases 50 Series Wi-Fi + Bluetooth modules
The 50 Series family of modules is designed to thrive in challenging settings with obstacles such as dense wireless signal traffic and complex...
Antaira introduces LMX-1002C-SFP Ethernet switch
The LMX-1002C-SFP has been designed to fulfill industrial automation applications in harsh or outdoor environments including: power/utility, solar...
Lanner releases HCP-72i2 network appliance
HCP-72i2 delivers up to 36 x GbE SFP or 24 x 10GbE SFP+, while keeping one management port and one IPMI port.
MEDIAin Industrial Networks
RESOURCESin Industrial Networks
Industry pundit Jim Pinto's book is loaded with critical analysis of the changing face of industrial automation; predictions about future...
In 13 years, some promised network standards have become reality, wireless networks have proliferated, and two international standards have...
The new edition is intended to help bring clarity to a marketplace marked by a rapidly increasing number of automation networks.
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...
EVENTSin Industrial Networks
HUG has a long tradition of customer led knowledge. Learn how your industry peers solve similar problems, attend valuable and relevant training courses and network with colleagues and leading experts. Join us for roundtables on topics such as migration, cyber security, alarm management, and more. You’ll have many opportunities to gain knowledge. As part of your registration, you can attend...
Don’t miss out on one of the best learning and networking opportunities that Siemens is offering this year. The Automation Summit Conference will be a valuable asset to attendees by providing the sessions and training you need to improve efficiencies and increase performance in your daily operations.
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.
TRAININGin Industrial Networks
Seminar is meant for a manufacturing sector. At the seminar we are going to concentrate on a technologies, solutions, case studies and trends in Industry 4.0. How companies perceive this revolutions? What does digitization entail for manufacturing? What are the near-term business opportunities for companies? Are companies see them or not? Are they preparing?