Is Your Physical Network Infrastructure IoT Ready?
Physical network infrastructures tend to last 3x longer than manufacturing software. Make sure your infrastructure is prepared for the technology changes of tomorrow.
Converged Networks Drive Operational Efficiencies
Connected devices and IoT technologies can provide better information flow for better visibility and efficiency across operations. See how automotive manufacturers are taking advantage of network convergence and connectivity.
General Motors Harnesses the IIoT
General Motors worked with FANUC, Rockwell Automation and Cisco to ensure zero downtime through connected robotics.
Automotive Manufacturer Case Study
Learn how Panduit’s tailored physical infrastructure solution helped an international automotive manufacturer build a reliable network infrastructure.
A Spotlight on Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers
IDC Manufacturing spotlights how Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturers was able to transform its operations to prepare for the future.
Network Address Translation for Plantwide Ethernet
IP addresses may need to be reused within Industrial Automation and Control System applications by end users, OEMs and system integrators. This article discusses both technological and business issues
Driving Down the Skills Gap
Automotive manufacturers are facing a growing skills gap between IT and operations. The rapid pace of change and advances in technology are going to happen one way or another, so manufacturers must upskill their employees or risk being left behind.
Using EtherNet/IP for Motion Control
It’s not that any one network is too complex, but we have too many different networks. Each network costs more to design, install, and maintain. CIP Motion is one of a set of EtherNet/IP activities to help realize the benefits of Ethernet with IP