Tripwire Announces Cyber Security Solution for Industrial Automation

Tripwire provides unified visibility for networks, endpoints and controllers in manufacturing environments

Bosch Rexroth launches Industry 4.0 training rigs

The Engineer:  Bosch Rexroth has launched a new range of training rigs designed to help students get up to speed with the internet of things (IoT) and Industry 4.0. The rigs will form part of the company’s Drive & Control Academy programme and are built with industry-grade components. Aimed specifically at educational and industrial institutions, the rigs are tailored towards students and teachers as well as customers and employees, designed to assist with the adoption of Industry 4.0 practices. According to Bosch Rexroth, the modular hydraulic, pneumatic and mechatronic systems simulate a complete production process, combining several elements that can be operated individually or together. The physical rigs are accompanied by corresponding exercises, eLearning, project manuals and other supporting material. “The launch of our new training rigs offering is market leading and aims to provide the younger generation with a better understanding in the future of manufacturing,” said Richard Chamberlain, product manager service at Bosch Rexroth. “We firmly believe our industry grade training rigs will equip students with the ability to stay ahead of the curve. Our course material helps guide trainees through consecutive steps that build on one another, which means motivation remains high.”   Cont'd...

IoT Tech Expo: Manufacturers, Developers, Engineers, IoT Technology Providers and Demos arrive in Berlin next month for Europe's leading Internet of Things event

What to expect at the IoT Tech Expo in Berlin, 13-14 June 2016:Live demo's, robotics, networking, innovative topics, discussion and more

The Biggest Challenges of Data-Driven Manufacturing

Willy C. Shih and Helmuth Ludwig for Harvard Business Review:  The widespread deployment of low-cost sensors and their connection to the internet has generated a great deal of excitement (and hype) about the future of manufacturing. The internet of things (IoT) and industrial internet in the United States, Industrie 4.0 in Germany, and 物"网 (wù lián wăng) in China are all centered on the application of big data and analytics to creating the next generation of manufacturing: using data to reduce costs through next generation sales and operations planning, dramatically improved productivity, supply chain and distribution optimization, and new types of after-sales services. In fact, IoT is at the peak of Gartner’s 2015 hype cycle, which suggests the next phase will be disillusionment, and it will be years before we see real productivity gains. We believe data-driven manufacturing is indeed the next wave that will drive efficient and responsive production systems. But to get beyond the hype, managers need to understand some underlying challenges and paradigm shifts. While there are a multitude of challenges on the road to successful implementation, we think there are four especially important ones.   Cont'd...

ADLINK Technology Displays Latest Industrial Internet of Things Demos and Discusses Rugged Small Form Factor Design at Upcoming IoT DevCon 2016

PrismTech, an ADLINK company, will also present on the importance of fog computing and data distribution in IoT architectures

Bayshore Networks(R) Announces Its Participation at SAPPHIRE(R) NOW to Showcase the Bayshore IT/OT Gateway(TM)

Through this engagement, it has built a solution that provides customers with industry-leading cybersecurity and policy enforcement for Industrial IoT machines, applications and data.

Electric Imp Debuts Next Generation IoT Solutions to Enable Connected Manufacturing at Mass Scale

Electric Imps Connected Manufacturing innovations will be showcased at IoT World (booth number 515).

Three ways to leverage IIoT

Scott Stone for Plant Engineering:  The Internet of Things (IoT) will significantly alter manufacturing, transportation, distribution and other industrial sectors over the next decade, according to the World Economic Forum. We've only hit the tip of the iceberg in terms of the ways Internet-connected devices will transform these industrial sectors. To put a number on the anticipated growth of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) over the next few years, Accenture places conservative spending estimates at $500 billion worldwide by 2020. Forward-thinking businesses are already leveraging the power of the IIoT and reaping the benefits. When used effectively, it allows companies to better manage their operation, increase production and transform business for the better. Let's take a look at how industrial organizations should be harnessing IIoT to set their businesses up for future growth.   Cont'd...

EMA to Present Findings from New Internet of Things (IoT) Research in Upcoming Webinar

EMA to detail how the expanding world of device sensors impact organizations, specifically in the manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and transportation industries

ADLINK Technology Showcasing Latest Industrial Internet of Things Demos at IoT World 2016

Demonstrations feature near real-time M2M automation solution and intelligent vending machine offering remote monitoring and management

Belden Enables Standardized Real-Time Communication for Industrial Networks of the Future

Time-Sensitive Networking Standards Establish a Vendor-Neutral, Real-Time Industrial Ethernet Ecosystem to Enable the IIoT and Industry 4.0

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