Basic process control, what we now call level 2 in the Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture, has been the basis for successful process manufacturing for decades. Innovations have moved from mechanical, to electrical, and on to computational. Currently, the process control innovation has moved further up the architecture leaving changes at level 2 being mostly incremental.
"Tackling the materials and processing challenges of Additive Manufacturing ": 300 experts from research and industry met at the 3rd International Symposium Additive Manufacturing.
Will new mobility deliver sustainable transport for all? This was the agenda for the ‘Transforming Transportation Conference 2019’, held in Washington D.C.
ARCインダストリアルフォーラム2019 から ― デジタル変革を中心に Shin Kai Mon, 02/18/2019 - 15:55
Expanding Functional Spectrum of Industrial IoT Edge Devices Driven by Escalation of Compute and Storage Requirements Steve Clouther Mon, 02/11/2019 - 16:59
Requirements at the Industrial IoT edge are driving renewed tiering between thick vs. thin edge devices and intelligent endpoints.
Analytics-Driven Business Improvements Entice Enterprise Cloud Providers to Bring Hardware to Industrial IoT Edge
Enterprise cloud providers, such as AWS, Google, and Microsoft, are targeting the data-rich industrial IoT edge as a primary means of delivering analytics-driven business improvement.
エッジ2.0 : 普遍的インフラ利用から事業成果追求へ移行 Shin Kai Sun, 02/10/2019 - 22:42
Best Practices with Blockchain in Industry Steve Clouther Thu, 02/07/2019 - 15:40
Blockchain in industry provides clear business benefits. Examining 24 pilot programs found sweet spots with improved revenue and margins.
Industrial IoT Edge 2.0 Emphasizes Ease of Use, Self-Service, Turnkey Operation Steve Clouther Wed, 02/06/2019 - 16:23
Prospects for growth in industrial IoT solutions are looking up as Industrial IoT Edge 2.0 emphasizes ease of use, self-service, turnkey operation to address the complexity associated with early installations, which has been a significant growth governor to date.
Edge 2.0: From Pervasive Infrastructure to Business Outcomes Steve Clouther Wed, 02/06/2019 - 15:50Subscribe to Industry Trends
The industrial IoT edge 2.0 vision has migrated from a pervasive infrastructure technology to one that emphasizes outcome-driven use cases.