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The $3.88tn delivered by the Internet of Things is shared across all industrial sectors.  Concurrent engineering techniques enabled by Internet Protocol allow physical network design, logical network design and application development to be abstracted, reducing time to market and downtime, and enhancing system flexibility, performance and productivity in a highly competitive world.

Acadian Seaplants Grows Capacity

Acadian Seaplants implemented a plant-wide EtherNet/IP infrastructure with integrated MCCs at a new facility which provides 40 percent more capacity, enables remote access via EtherNet/IP, and helps improve reliability with automated equipment.

The Skills Gap All Comes Down to Training

The skills gap in manufacturing is causing many companies to seek training solutions to expand current employee skillsets.

Secure Networks: a Connected Plant

As plants become more connected due to the proliferation of IIoT, manufacturers need to train operators and secure their network.

Network Security in Food Manufacturing

Industrial Internet of Things enables plants to increase performance. It also opens the network to malicious individuals. Cybersecurity measures can reduce the risk.

IT & OT Turn to Physical Security for Productivity

Deploying physical security using an IP infrastructure enhances manufacturers’ ability to protect people, assets and operations – while providing a scalable platform for improving productivity, OEE (Operating Equipment Effectiveness) and innovation.

Securing Your Network Through a Connected Factory

Manufacturing is one of the most targeted business sectors in the U.S. for hackers. Manufacturers can take the necessary steps toward securing their operations by identifying gaps and connecting operations.

Stay Connected with Industrial IP Advantage Video

Manufacturing is reaching an inflection point that will transform the nature of communication from device to enterprise. Data can no longer be stranded in islands and the cloud. It must be converted into actionable information.

A Centralized Approach to Secure Network Access

A number of known and unknown computers connecting to industrial automation and control system (IACS) networks continues to increase, methods for managing disparate security solutions continue to mature. Overview by Anthony Sabella, Cisco Systems.

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