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Industrial Internet of Things fuels huge growth opportunities for intelligent pumps in Europe

Increased customer demand to derive maximum output from legacy equipment is driving pump manufacturers to integrate enhanced technological features into existing pumps. They started off integrating variable frequency drives (VFDs) and controllers with the aim of conserving energy, monitoring performance, controlling the speed, and measuring a few vital parameters, but these benefits are beginning to prove …

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TT Electronics prepares to accelerate IoT business growth with new VP appointment

TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, has announced the immediate appointment of Steve Carr to the role of VP of Sales and Marketing for the company’s IoT Solutions business unit (formerly Stadium Group). IoT Solutions offers design and manufacturing capabilities in wireless connectivity, power …

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Ultimate guide: Everything you need to know about Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is revolutionising the world as we know it. But what exactly is industry 4.0? What technologies does it use? In this article, Anna Kucirkova discusses everything you need to know. In the late 19th century, the world was transformed by the Industrial Revolution and the introduction of the steam engine. …

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Electronics trends 2019

Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, head of engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Technological trends coming up in 2019 may be more exciting than ever …

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Mouser Electronics’ new All Things IoT E-book explores opportunities and obstacles of industrial IoT

Mouser Electronics today released a new e-book centred on industrial automation as part of All Things IoT, the latest series in Mouser’s award-winning Empowering Innovation Together programme. In the second e-book in the series, Mouser experts examine the technologies, possibilities and challenges related to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The book includes …

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OT security – are you ready?

In today’s connected world, with the Industrial Internet of Things and increased adoption of industry 4.0, businesses must deal with more and more connected devices. Security is key to success here and should not be ignored, says Tim Ricketts, director of M.A.C. Solutions. Historically there has been a convergence between …

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Microchip teams up with Electromaker.io to give away 100 AVR-IoT WG Development boards

Electromaker.io, the online electronics maker community, has announced a project-based competition for hobbyists with 100 Microchip AVR-IoT WG Development boards as prizes, Entrants will also win the chance to compete for a place at the 2019 Microchip Masters conference in Berlin. The AVR-IoT WG development board, designed for Internet of …

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Does IoT power predictive maintenance in the manufacturing industry?

In this article, Joseph Zulick, writer and manager at MRO Electric and Supply, discusses how IoT is changing predictive maintenance for the better… For far too often maintenance has been treated as the proverbial red headed step child. Now with the internet of things (IoT), has brought new technology in …

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B&R shapes the future of OPC UA over TSN

OPC UA over TSN will be the unified communication standard of the Industrial IoT. Standardisation and ongoing development of OPC UA at the field level will take place under the umbrella of the OPC Foundation. This represents a long awaited answer to the market’s demand for vendor-agnostic, interface-free industrial communication. …

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IIoT technologies integration creates growth opportunities in the industrial cybersecurity industry

High penetration of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology in critical infrastructure and the manufacturing sector has resulted in a growing number of potential cyber-attack surfaces.  According to a recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan, cyber-attacks within the energy and utilities industries alone cost an average of $13.2 million per …

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