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Posted by: Richard Weatherburn on August 02, 2017

Today’s passengers traveling via bus, coach or train expect their travels and commutes to be fast, convenient and safe. As it so happens, these are the same considerations and standards that we as consumers expect of our internet and cellular connections.

As internet access and wireless connectivity becomes less of a luxury and more of a necessity, how is the transportation industry responding to not only meet the needs of its passengers, but its own growing expectations?

Read more below about how transportation companies are applying wireless technology solutions to their existing operations and improving their standing with consumers, as well as within their industries.

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Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet

Posted by: Angelina Dorman on July 12, 2017

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems have long been used in industrial automation applications to control and monitor data from automated processes. But, what most teams think of as SCADA today is considered outdated.

As big data, IIoT, analytics and the cloud become even more pervasive in industrial settings, SCADA systems are becoming smarter. Now engineers have a visual interface into their control networks, leading to more confident decision making because of the feedback offered through being able to see the big picture of the network.

Industries like oil and gas, transportation, water-wastewater, manufacturing and energy are all benefiting from SCADA, as it allows teams to see everything live, including where failure occurs, and puts control back in the hands of the users.

Read on to learn more about how SCADA is being used in substation automation and the benefits teams can receive through these systems.

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Posted by: Tim Senkbeil on August 03, 2016

Many industrial processes use devices with sensing technology to perform automated tasks with efficiency and precision. With the increase in complexity of manufacturing processes, however, comes the opportunity for things to go wrong – especially with a limited human presence in most industrial applications.

Now, as these applications get smarter and smaller, even the sensors have sensors.

The ability of these components to provide diagnostics and feedback has already become critically important. Let’s take a look at how machine diagnostics are changing to meet the needs of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.

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