Three-dimensional moulded interconnect devices are a welcome addition to conventional printed circuit boards and are particularly well suited to Industry 4.0 applications.
Now widely accepted as the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, Industry 4.0 includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing.
Awareness of the value of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is spreading but there’s still a lot of information to digest. Now, companies need to learn how to apply this awareness to their business strategy.
Heiko Luckhaupt, Industry Sector Marketing Manager at RS Components discusses the gap between the IoT and the industrial world and a new open Arduino-compatible development platform for students and other learners to help bridge the divide.
For those looking to bring Industry 4.0 to life, Rockwell Automation’s ‘Connected Enterprise’ journey will highlight how to make the most out of technologies and solutions to create flexible, efficient, responsive and secure operations.
Chris Evans, Marketing & Operations Group Manager at Mitsubishi Electric explores what is actually meant by “smart manufacturing” by considering the benefits of adopting the concept and what challenges may lie ahead.
IEC62443 is the standard for “Security for Industrial Automation and Control Systems” to assist in addressing the ever increasing question of online security with Industry 4.0.
By using Vero Technologies’ standard electronic enclosures, customers can reduce their Time to Market.
Poor light conditions in enclosures make the job of electrical professionals extremely difficult, not least because the colours of the cables are harder to distinguish. Dimly lit enclosures can mean mistakes creep in. A new generation of lights from Rittal, developed specially for enclosure technology, provides users with the perfect answer.