The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): changes for everyone!
This white paper series explores the potential impact the Industrial Internet of Things has on senior managers, control engineers, maintenance engineers and system integrators.
While our fundamental competencies are more critical than ever, opportunities to drive innovation at every level abound. Access the white paper that addresses the challenges and opportunities that might await in your corner of the industrial enterprise.
Controlling the IIoT
How the Industrial Internet of Things is changing the role of the control engineer.
As the industrial assets become more digitized and internet-enabled, technology tools are evolving to provide process and manufacturing engineers with the processing power, connectivity and security support they need to take full advantage of the opportunities that await. IIoT is a controls issue: greater productivity, operational visibility and agility await.
Profiting from the IIoT
How the Industrial Internet of Things can help industrial management uncover value hiding in plant assets
The profit potential of industrial assets has long been limited by inadequate connectivity between equipment generating production data and the applications which might learn from it. The communication necessary to have true impact on the profitability is – to say the least – rough around the edges.
Maintaining the IIoT
How the Industrial Internet of Things is enabling asset performance management
The digital enterprise presents maintenance managers with a more complicated set of assets to manage, yet also delivers tools to help maximize return on all assets. Greater processing power, Ethernet connectivity, and advanced analytics will enable new levels of preventive, predictive and proactive maintenance.
Integrating the IIoT
How the Industrial Internet of Things will help system integrators deliver on the promise of the connected enterprise.
For more than three decades, industrial organizations have relied on systems integrators for the connectivity needed to keep their plants running efficiently. Now, as the plant network extends to the edges of the enterprise and beyond, a new generation of system integration capabilities, tools and service models is emerging.
The IIoT and the Smart Machine
How the IIoT and Industry 4.0 are changing how machine builders design and manufacturers operate today and in the future.
Powered by smart machines, the new industrial revolution is changing how machine builders design and manufacturers operate today and in the future. To remain competitive and profitable, plants and machines will have to be smarter - better connected, more efficient, more flexible and safe.