Advances in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 are transforming the industrial automation world in a big way.
More and more, Digital Transformation, or DX, is becoming a necessity for business operations. Its impact is particularly felt when automation systems and plant assets become a part of the initiatives. For these systems, it is Edge Computing that bridges the gap between sensor-enabled assets and cloud-based analytics.
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In recognition of IEEE’s Global Engineering Day, we spoke with Jonathan Albernaz about how he chose engineering as a career and what he sees as his biggest accomplishments.
If I were to become a new member of society in the age of Reiwa, what would I do? I thought about it for a moment. Although he spent about 30 years each in the Showa and Heisei periods, he certainly had the experience of becoming a new member of society full of hope and anxiety a long time ago.
E-Merge Systems recently worked with a municipal client to upgrade the Wastewater Treatment System. Chris Johnson shares some of the goals of the project and how they achieved success.
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The promise of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is inspiring customers to think big in the long term, but in the short term, implementing IIoT solutions is proving more challenging than many expected.
Falmouth, MA, like many smaller communities, faced specific challenges when confronting the need to modernize the town’s water system. Learn how they evaluated which combination of technologies would create the results they needed.
Manufacturing and SCADA systems demand always-on secure reliability. To address this along with other possible shortcomings, purpose-built computing platforms combined with thin client software technologies are required for the most critical SCADA and other applications.