Informative insight from across the Industrial IP community that will help you with your own deployment of the technology and operational management.

Ada Lovelace - Engineer of IP 2

Her algorithm for calculation of Bernoulli numbers applied to the Babbage Analytic Engine is arguably the first computer program ever written

Sensor Innovations Big Data and the World Cup

Approaches that can be applied to the industrial environment from innovative use of stats and goal-line technology at the 2014 World Cup

Breaking Through Layer 8 of the OSI Model

With the Internet of Things promising 50 billion new nodes by 2022, it’s essential to develop new architectures that are more intelligent, secure and flexible. Dan McGrath discusses potential challenges, including ‘Layer 8’ of the OSI model.

Collaboration on IT and OT Education Journey

Cisco Live session stresses collaboration between IT and OT on technology education and adoption.

Drive Energy Management Using Industrial IP

If you’re a plant manager, establish a path to effective energy management by identifying all the energy consuming assets in your operation and managing them so they can be staggered or used during off-peak hours.

HMI and Mobile Devices: on the menu in your plant?

Consumer mobile devices are proliferating in the commercial sector. But in the industrial sector, their use has been limited to remote diagnostics and maintenance visualization in SCADA solutions – so far.

Charles Babbage - Engineer of IP 1

Victorian inventor who developed the first mechanical computer with 672 bits of RAM

Security-Waking up to Mayhem and Murphy

Security gets a lot of airplay these days because of the potential for damage that can result from intentional acts. Analyze your plant threats by breaking it down by location and motives and then suspects and the approach to remedy.

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