The Internet of Things includes every device that uses the Internet Protocol, the world’s defining network technology.
If all these devices are connected on the same network, manufacturers can reach new heights of production quality, efficiency,
security and safety.
Are you taking advantage of the Internet of Things to optimize your productivity, reduce downtime, and improve quality in your facility?
The Internet of Things will transform factories rapidly over the next 10 years, leading to improved and flexible operations. By deploying an IoT-ready, IP-enabled network, manufacturers can realize commercial value.
The key theme of Industry 4.0 is a shift from mass production to mass customization. Find out what this means for operations.
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.
Industrial networks require high performance, high levels of resiliency and operation over wide areas – all things you can learn from your enterprise IT manager!
A new IHS Technology report forecasts that industrial automation will make up the majority of the Internet of Things by 2025, and Internet Protocol (IP)-addressable devices are the key enabling force that will get industry there.
A significant hurdle stands in the way of industrial operations attempting to realize the full benefits of the IoT. That hurdle is comprised of the billions of sensors, actuators and other instrumentation that lie beyond the reach of IP.
A defense in depth strategy is key for industrial control systems and IoT applications. Consider these security questions to form your IoT strategy.
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Why establish a secure and robust industrial network fabric?
CAMA Group’s migrated systems to a single, unified platform.
Converging disparate networks without damaging resilience and security.