Lately there has been a lot of news surrounding IIoT and the Industrial Internet, but what is it really? Check out the video below from GE Digital for an overview of the industrial internet, and what it can do for you using Predix from GE Digital.
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iPower is an open, standards-based SCADA solution that’s intuitive to configure and easy to own. It’s scalable from the smallest substation automation systems to complex computer networks in larger utility control rooms. With its intuitive operations and simplified maintenance, iPower enables you to focus on core operational tasks for a sustainable advantage.
Electrical Distribution Control Room:
Typical a regional co-op or municipality where the electrical distribution network is monitored and controlled from a central control room.
The powerhouse combination of mobility, cloud computing, security and predictive analytics is becoming the ‘holy grail’ across the manufacturing industry.
With an empowered consumer base now dictating supply and demand, accelerated time to market pressures, intense global competition and the continual rise of the Internet and mobile economies, manufacturers need to be able to make production decisions on the spot by leveraging the latest supply chain information at their fingertips.
First Adopters Advantage
The future of industrial automation is heading towards collaborative technologies and interactive communities that empower Enterprise Open Innovation (ie TopCoder community www.topcoder.com ).
The availability of proven connectivity protocols and cloud-based collaborative tools and easy migration technologies will empower companies of all sizes to a major advantage.
Selecting industrial networking protocols, helps improve production efficiency and quality with enterprise connectivity, although Ethernet of the industrial kind requires specialty knowledge and practices beyond Ethernet for home and office. When installing or operating an industrial Ethernet network, there are some key essentials to consider. Cabling, signal quality, ground loops, switches, and traffic.