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Multi-function environmental sensor targets the Internet of Things

Designed for monitoring temperature, humidity, light, UVI, barometric pressure, noise and acceleration



Driving changes in automotive engineering

Automotive manufacturers are facing far greater challenges than ever before with a skills shortage in engineering, globally; combined with increased demand for customised cars. Thankfully, new technologies can plug the gap and reduce time to market. Stephen Dyson explains



OPC UA and the Industrial Internet of Things

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the benefits of the open source protocol Open Platform Communications’ Unified Architecture



Global agreement covers wireless sensing technologies for IoT applications

Enables the companies to provide off-the-shelf IoT solutions that require minimal design effort before deployment



World’s smallest seismic sensor for the Internet of Things

Triggers shutdown of potentially hazardous or easily damaged systems in the event of an earthquake



Making legacy systems IoT compatible

Adrian Swindells looks at the steps that plant managers can take to create IoT networks with minimal disruption and cost



Microcontroller extends battery life in portable applications

Low-power family enables cost-effective, space-constrained designs; up to 256 KB Flash, 16 KB RAM, with 28-, 44- or 48-pin package options down to 4 x 4mm



How safe is your data?

Adrian Swindells investigates how plant managers can keep themselves safe from data loss



Flexible manufacturing through automated engineering

Automated equipment and robotics are the basis of any smart factory, meaning that to stay competitive, manufacturers must learn to embrace this technology. Jonathan Wilkins reports



Multi-protocol sub-GHz wireless transceivers target IoT

Transceivers are aimed at battery powered applications such as home and building automation, smart metering as well as asset tracking and monitoring



First cellular IoT module with LTE and integrated GNSS

Applications including smart utility metering, connected health and patient monitoring, smart buildings, security and video surveillance



Benefits of the smart supply chain

Smart supply chains will play a leading role in the factories of the future by offering manufacturers financial and space savings and even reducing the need for human intervention. Bob Davies discusses the role the smart supply chain plays in the factory of the future



Being smart about smart meters

Steve Hughes looks at why smart meters are a smart investment for businesses and how they help to overcome power quality challenges



Intelligent module provides rapid embedded connectivity

Compactness allows it to be placed in the most space constrained of application environments



Intelligent module for embedded connectivity

Compactness allows it to be placed in the most space constrained of application environments



The future of obsolescence management

Jonathan Wilkins looks at managing obsolete automation components in the factory of the future. Oh, did we mention that this factory could be ordering your replacement parts for you?



The death of proprietary networks

Jonathan Wilkins takes a look at one of the casualties of fluid communication in the factory. That is, the death of proprietary networks and communication protocols in favour of the uninhibited free flow of data



RF switches for connected home wireless networks

Switches feature an operating temperature range up to 105°C for applications that require extended temperature



Scalable industrial Internet of Things networks

u-blox and Wirepas aim to make large scale, decentralised networks easy to deploy



Being smart with waste

With the advent of the Internet of Things making the world around us increasingly efficient and environmentally friendly, industrial sectors need to catch up to avoid costly and time consuming manually intensive processes. Mario Kelly looks at the changing face of waste water treatment



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