FEATURED ARTICLESin EtherNet/IP
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...
Process Control & Industry 4.0 activities of ODVA
By Bill Lydon, Editor
ODVA believes EtherNet/IP is ideally positioned for the fourth industrial revolution and the world of integrated cyber...
EtherNet/IP Enables Unrestricted Flow of I/O Data
By Mike Hannah, Rockwell Automation
Legacy networks with only a small number of I/O modules and other devices are being replaced with complex...
Securing Industrial Networks in The Connected Enterprise
By Gregory Wilcox, Rockwell Automation
Hackers and malicious individuals are also targeting manufacturers and industrial operators. These...
- ODVA Offers Fall Training Sessions
- ODVA to develop standards for a Common Industrial Cloud Interface
- EtherNet/IP leads Industrial network market shares
- ODVA to update EtherNet/IP in 2016
- Cybersecurity Added to The EtherNet/IP Specification
- Endress+Hauser starts Open Integration partner program
- ODVA launches new website
- ODVA elects leadership for ODVA’s 18th term
- Innovasic announces TILE In-Line Security
- Industrial networking trends point to global expansion
- Deutschmann promotes Dominik Litzinger to Head of Software Development
- HMS ranks Industrial networks
PRODUCT NEWSin EtherNet/IP
Festo introduces CTEU-EP universal interface module
Festo's CTEU-EP universal interface module from Festo is designed forEtherNet/IP connectivity for a range of Festo valve terminals. The CTEU-EP is...
Mitsubishi Electric introduces MR-J4-TM multi-network servo drives
The MR-J4-TM includes standard IEC61158 Type12 CAN application protocol over EtherCAT (CoE), IEC61800-7 CiA402 drive profile. It also comes with...
Phoenix Contact releases Series 7000 mananged switches
The Series 7000 switches are particularly suitable for use in EtherNet/IP networks because they support the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP).
Part of the ISA/O3neida series, this book discusses network systems in industrial automation and their features related to real-time and functional...
The latest EtherNet/IP Specification provides the framework for users to design energy-conserving functionality into their products for when...
“Industrial Ethernet Technologies: Overview and Comparison” gives valuable insight into today’s most important Industrial Ethernet technologies.
WHITE PAPERSin EtherNet/IP
By Cisco and Rockwell Automation
White paper introduces an approach to security policy enforcement that tightly controls access by anyone inside...
By Michael Robinson, Endress+Hauser
More Ethernet nodes will be connected this or any other month than will have been connected in the entire...
By Ludwig Leurs, Bosch Rexroth
Paper discusses how to connect sercos to Ethernet/IP, allowing EtherNet/IP and sercos devices to be operated over a...
CASE STUDIESin EtherNet/IP
The new control system will integrate traditionally disparate, malt-production processes into a single, networked, EtherNet/IP-based solution to...
Rockwell’s CompactLogix 5370 controller and three Kinetix 350 EtherNet/IP servo drives are used as the control platform for the new tubing...
The new press at North American Tillage was automated with a GuardLogix PAC, PowerFlex VFD, and EtherNet/IP network to fit into their automated...
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
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.