FEATURED ARTICLESin Industrial Networks
Securing Industrial Networks in The Connected Enterprise
By Gregory Wilcox, Rockwell Automation
Hackers and malicious individuals are also targeting manufacturers and industrial operators. These...
Selecting the Right Antenna for Industrial Wireless Applications
By Hans-Joachim Richter, Belden
Industrial environments are unique, and therefore require customizable solutions. Understanding the...
Connecting Automation Systems to the IoT via HMIs
By Fabio Terezinho, Wonderware
Many Human Machine Interface (HMI) software solutions enable IoT connectivity in a variety of ways....
Five keys to securing the IIoT data pipe
Industrial Embedded Systems
By Brandon Lewis
According to the DDS-SECURITY specification, the security model is built on five SPI implementations...
NEWSin Industrial Networks
- Endress+Hauser starts Open Integration partner program
- HMS to supply Netbiter to Rockwell Automation
- B&R connects pneumatic systems via POWERLINK
- Weidmuller Celebrates 40 Years in North America
- ODVA launches new website
- 2016 SmartFactory Demonstrator to include ODVA’s Machine Data Model
- ODVA elects leadership for ODVA’s 18th term
- SKKYNET joins RENASAS partner program
- PI North America adds Barry Lynch to board of directors
- Fluke announces Fluke Connect Student Contest
- Skkynet supplies secure communications to Red Lion Controls
- Red Lion opens IIoT Innovation Center in St. Louis
PRODUCT NEWSin Industrial Networks
Lanner releases NCA-4210 network appliance
NCA-4210 is powered by the Intel 14nm micro-architecture CPU, the 6th generation Intel Core processor (codenamed Skylake-S).
EtherWAN Releases EL2242 media converter
EL2242 supports 10/100/1000BASE-T to 100/1000BASE dual rate SFP transmission with PoE compatibility.
AAEON announces FWS-7520 network appliance
FWS-7520 provides speeds of both 1GbE and 10GbE with copper and/or fiber and 40GbE fiber connection support.
MEDIAin Industrial Networks
RESOURCESin Industrial Networks
The Project Stanton toolkit enables Rockwell Automation offerings with a consistent Web-based user interface for a specific device; tablet,...
Creator Ci40 includes all the optimized hardware and open source software required for next-generation connected projects.
With the app, a user can receive real-time event alerts, monitor network/device status and configurations, and quickly identify field devices from...
WHITE PAPERSin Industrial Networks
By Cisco and Rockwell
Many manufacturers segment business-system networks from plantwide networks by using an industrial demilitarized zone...
By Aron Semle, Kepware Technologies
OPC UA, HTTP, MQTT, CoAP, DDS, and AMQP all have a place in IoT. Which protocols take majority market share...
By Maria Hansson, Product Manager, Business Unit Industrial at Kontron
'Wartungsfrei' Industrial Computer Platforms Increase Reliability and...
CASE STUDIESin Industrial Networks
At Schenker Deutschland, noax forklift terminals now guarantee seamless data transfer for fulfillment right up to the production line.
FRIMO has integrated 80 remote service connectivity solutions. Using VNC (virtual network computing) software, the entire screen content of the...
Netbiter gateways connected to Rockwell PLCs control the different systems in the EF International Language Centre in Oxford, UK.
EVENTSin Industrial Networks
Join us at the 20th annual ARC Industry Forum to learn more about how this industrial transformation will unfold. Discover what other companies are doing today to prepare for the new age of industrial innovation and how they expect to improve their business performance by doing so.
With the leading trade fairs taking place in parallel, HANNOVER MESSE covers a wider range of themes and exhibits than any other event – R&D, industrial automation and IT, industrial supply, production engineering and services, as well as energy and environmental technology. in 2016, the USA is making its debut as the Partner Country at the world’s largest industrial technology event.
TRAININGin Industrial Networks
This FREE one-day class prepares the student to apply PROFINET in his own project. Lunch is included. Technical details of the technology are provided along with practical demonstrations. Each student will receive a certificate for 5.5 Professional Development Hours (PDH).