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Industrial Ethernet Advances Broaden the Network’s Value Across Industries
Recent innovations in industrial Ethernet’s physical layer—Single Pair Ethernet and Ethernet Advanced Physical Layer—are being heralded as game-changers for their ability to extend Ethernet cabling lengths and address hazardous environment concerns.
Jul 13th, 2021
Industrial PC for Edge Computing
Phoenix Contact's compact BL2 BPC 1500 is designed for entry-level automation featuring fan-less design, solid-state mass storage, and metal housing.
Dec 7th, 2020
Controls & automation
The BL2 BPC 1500 from Phoenix Contact is a compact IPC designed for entry-level automation, small machine control, and IIoT applications such as edge/fog computing or decentralized data collection and processing.
Nov 25th, 2020
Yaskawa and Phoenix Contact Announce Partnership
Yaskawa and Phoenix Contact announce an agreement to utilize PLCnext Technology from Phoenix Contact in the development of the next generation machine controller and PLC platform realizing the i3-Mechatronics solution concept lead by Yaskawa.
Yaskawa America, Inc.
Sep 14th, 2020
Network Protocols Harmonize Around Time-Sensitive Networking
As the TSN standard nears completion, excitement is growing over the prospect of bringing IT and OT closer together. Industrial protocol associations have been working hard with their support group to adapt their protocols to this emerging standard.
Aug 14th, 2020
The Road to 5G Starts Now
Proponents make the case for 4.9G wireless technology as a stepping stone to 5G to empower new Industry 4.0 applications, from cobots to augmented reality-enabled predictive maintenance.
Jul 3rd, 2020
Mobile Device Safety and Security
Insights into addressing manufacturing and processing plant security and safety issues amid the growing use of mobile devices in industrial facilities.
May 5th, 2020
Where Ethernet (Still) Isn’t
Automation World’s latest poll revisits our 2016 survey on the state of industrial Ethernet adoption. The numbers seem to suggest nothing much has changed. But is that what’s really going on?
Lauren Gibbons Paul
Mar 20th, 2020
Open-Source Software Meets Industrial Automation
As more automation technology suppliers incorporate open-source tools, the ability to use open-source software in automation projects no longer depends on access to arcane software knowledge commonly known only to developers and IT-savvy engineers.
Feb 25th, 2020