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

Teledyne DALSA Adds Eight New Cameras to its Low-Cost GigE Series

Customers can expect a significant increase in frame rates to achieve faster throughput with Teledynes award-winning TurboDrive technology. The addition of these 8 brings the total number of cameras in the series to 27, with more models planned.

Miller brings Industrie 4.0 to the world of welding

Where torches and power supplies may once have been the main focus for a welding equipment supplier, at Hannover Messe 2016, it was the Insight Centerpoint™ real-time process control software that took pride of place on the Miller stand.

Full 5-axis or 3 + 2 Machining: Which is Right for You?

Both 5-axis and 3 + 2 machining have advantages and can help make you more profitable by improving efficiency on your current production jobs.

TI's 65-V micro-power buck converters feature industry's lowest quiescent current

150-mA synchronous DC/DC regulators optimize light-load efficiency for factory automation and automotive applications

Microscan Slated to Release Single Smart Camera Platform for Barcode Reading and Machine Vision Summer 2016

Microscan releases new industrial imaging devices that enable barcode reading, inspection, gauging, measurement, guidance, and more, all on the world's smallest smart camera platform.

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

Comau to Exhibit at the IndustryWeek Manufacturing & Technology Conference and to Participate in the NED Awards with Its Racer3

At the show, Comau will showcase its new Racer3 robot, one of the innovative products nominated for the NED Award, a competition intended to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the magazine.

Examining 'Industry 4.0′ opportunities in Japan

MINORU MATSUTANI for Japan Times:   “Industry 4.0,” or the fourth industrial revolution, can offer both opportunities and risks for the Japanese economy. It is a term to describe the future state of the economy, particularly manufacturing, based on the connectivity of everything, or the “Internet of Things” (IoT). This connectivity includes not only PCs and mobile phones, but also cars, manufacturing equipment and other devices. Although Japan is said to lag behind other developed nations, a recent gathering discussed whether the country could thrive in this new economy. A consultant, an IT service company president, an employee of the same company and a university professor, all of whom are Japanese, delivered presentations and discussed related issues at a symposium organized by the Keizai Koho Center, titled “The Future of Industry (Industry 4.0) and Japan’s Economic Growth,” in Tokyo on March 18.   Full Article:

Vision Inspection that Fits from METTLER TOLEDO

METTLER TOLEDO CI-Vision is pleased to announce the launch of the V2622 Flex-Lite, a compact smart camera based vision solution. The V2622 serves as an excellent introduction for manufacturers seeking to integrate vision technology into their quality control process.

The Association for Advancing Automation Sets Membership Record

RIA, AIA and MCMA at Highest Levels Ever

Online asset management planning could become reality within five years, says Siemens researcher

Thanks to an increasing integration of communication devices in energy networks, as well as a growing understanding of component ageing processes, online state estimation could soon be a reality - helping network operators to guarantee against outages due to insulation failure and accurately plan infrastructure investments.

Formerly the World's Most Wanted Hacker, Kevin Mitnick, Joins Keynote Lineup for East Coast's Largest Advanced Manufacturing Event

Through "Live Technology Magic Show," Mitnick to Demonstrate the Importance of Cyber Security Across Connected Manufacturing, June 16 in New York City

Icon Labs Provides IoT Security Guide Whitepaper

A Guide to Security Requirements for Various Classes of IoT Devices and Systems

HANNOVER MESSE - Industrial Automation Leaders AXOOM and Nebbiolo Select C-Labs for IoT

C-Labs delivers security, ease of deployment and human machine interface out of the box

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