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ABB Stabilizes Its Financial Ship — Industrial Automation

ABB has had a rugged financial period, but its latest financial results indicate a righting of the ship. I’m not a financial analyst; I didn’t sleep at a Holiday Inn Express; but, I’m interested in corporate strategies and performance especially among industrial technology suppliers. What follows is mostly from the company press release. However read […]

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Internet of Things

The Internet of Things Is Coming–According to MIT Anyway

Everyone is in a rush to get an opinion or observation published about the Internet of Things. Evidently it gets lots of page views. Recently other analysts have been publishing thought pieces on IoT in Industry. It appears they have reached the same conclusion that I first broached a couple of years ago. The IoT […]

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Dell Predictive Maintenance IoT

IoT Plus Predictive Maintenance Equals Business Sense

Predictive maintenance benefits more from implementation of the Internet of Things than perhaps any other function at this early stage of wide-spread adoption.       I have written on this topic several times over the past couple of years. Predictive Condition-Based Maintenance IoT Testbed For Condition Monitoring To Predictive Maintenance Use Of Internet of […]

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Rockwell Diagnostic Reliability Service

Diagnostic Reliability Service Improves Maintenance Strategies and Operational Effectiveness

Remote monitoring and diagnostics is a key driver for the Internet of Things strategy adoption in manufacturing and production. Advances in both the technology and services involved in this area appears to be the area of best economic return these days. Rockwell Automation recently released news about its take on a diagnostic reliability service. Rockwell […]

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Rockwell Project Stanton Mobile

Improve Productivity With Mobile and HTML5

I spent more time and took far more notes at the Operational Intelligence stand on my tour of Rockwell Automation’s annual fete, Automation Fair, than any other–even Integrated Architecture which I reported last week. One reason was a press release that I received regarding a “co-invention” between Rockwell Automation and Microsoft on a mobility solution. […]

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Connected Manufacturing Enterprise Still Key For Rockwell

Rockwell Automation kicked off its big week at Chicago’s McCormick Place on Nov. 16 welcoming over 900 attendees to its annual Process Systems Users Group (PSUG) conference. Its speakers left no doubt that the Connected Manufacturing Enterprise is still the core strategy. The significant point is probably less the message than the fact that Rockwell […]

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cybersecurity

Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Experts

Industrial Control Systems cybersecurity discussions often spill over from trade press to mainstream media. An incident in a large plant leads to economic and human consequences drawing interest from the big media companies. A company called NexDefense formed an ICS Cybersecurity Fellows Program. Together with NexDefense, the Fellows will help educate and raise awareness of […]

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