Companies really are deriving benefits from Internet of Things projects. In this podcast I discuss projects, a teaser for what IoT is, and a look at some benefits and applications. Next week I will be at the Hannover Messe in Germany. Should have a report of many things from there. Looking into what people are thinking […]
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I discuss the importance of interoperability of applications and the role of standards–specifically OPC UA and CCOM, an asset information standard from MIMOSA. I also throw in a description of students I met who compete in FIRST Robotics and a tip for cultivating innovation.
Another big document dump hacked from the CIA points to more security risks for all of us–especially those working in critical infrastructure. Thoughts in podcast form from Gary.
A podcast about connections. When I left magazine media, I thought about where the industry was heading. It’s all about connections, I thought. So, I found a domain name The Manufacturing Connection. Last week I was at the Industry of Things conference in San Diego. Organized from Berlin, Germany, they still attracted an outstanding speaker […]
I was asked by an Italian magazine, Automazione Oggi, to share thoughts from America about a Trump presidency attitude toward manufacturing. I’m not part of the administration or even involved in politics, but I gave some thoughts. I also had some thoughts on some recent Open Architectures for control.
Another manufacturing podcast has been published. You can subscribe on iTunes or other places or subscribe on YouTube and watch me talk. This one discusses Tech Trends I’ve picked up on for 2017. Most are connectivity oriented, others expand our powers. Intelligent devices, conversational systems, augmented reality, blockchain. One I forgot is the coming IEEE […]
Conference and trade show season is almost over. At each one, there was no way to escape the Industrial Internet of Things. Yes, there is a business case for the Industrial Internet of Things. In this podcast, I share tips for success. Drawing examples from PTC, Dell Technologies, and Emerson Automation.
Another Gary podcast.The IoT people seem to be focusing on predictive maintenance as a primary benefit. How about combining with industrial software for predictive manufacturing?
Another Gary on Manufacturing podcast. Listen here or subscribe in iTunes or other podcast sources. After attending PI North America annual general meeting, I discuss the future of Profinet, Fieldbuses and Interoperability, and a teaser about a Wonderware announcement.
In this podcast, also viewable in video, I discuss the 2016 Ignition Customer Conference from Inductive Automation–and the pseudo competition between OPC UA and MQTT/Sparkplug. Mostly it’s all about getting the right information into your Industrial Software (HMI/SCADA) application. It was interesting that spokespeople for the two communication technologies were at the same venue. There […]