Five steps to zero downtime

Often, there is no way to avoid unexpected production downtime, however, there are ways to reduce the risk. Lee Sullivan gives his five tips for reducing downtime in manufacturing

A clear vision: the benefits of interconnectivity in the workplace

Adrian Kimberley explains just what makes a workplace smart, and more importantly, the reasons for implementing this interconnectivity in the first place

Software for the smart factory

Lee Sullivan offers advice for choosing industrial automation software and outlines the advantages of hardware-independent software

Recharging the energy industry: managing demand and constraint

Martyn Williams and Mark Hardy reveal how new technologies, such as smart grids, big data and business intelligence, enable a more efficient use of resources in the industry

Smart factory software

Suitable for manufacturing companies such as food and beverages manufacturers or pharmaceutical companies but it is also suited to power supply companies

The cyber security layer cake

As industrial software becomes more intelligent, cyber attacks are becoming more complex. Martyn Williams discusses the latest developments in industrial cyber security

Predictions for the future of manufacturing

The introduction of new technologies is changing the way the manufacturing industry operates. Martyn Williams examines three of the most prominent automation trends for 2017: machine learning, modularisation and advanced SCADA

Step-by-step to the smart factory

Only open, standardised interfaces and programming standards can enable sustainable development

Rewriting the rules of IT and OT

Martyn Williams explains the changing responsibilities of IT and operational technology

Three steps to cloud security

As the manufacturing industry embraces industrial automation and cloud computing, the number of cyber attacks is growing. Martyn Williams discusses the three steps manufacturers should take to stay safe in the cloud

Automated hydraulics for machine builder

Case study examines the highly regulated nature of the aerospace industry and the importance of flexible and secure data handling for the sector

Energy and the Internet of Things

Martyn Williams discusses the influence of the Internet of Things in the energy sector and the role this technology will play in future-proofing the energy infrastructure in Britain

Engineering: it’s not just for the boys

To celebrate National Women in Engineering Day on June 23rd, 2016, here is a collation of impressive software engineering feats, all achieved by female engineers

Three steps to automated engineering

Martyn Williams explains how manufacturers can take steps towards fully automated engineering

Unlocking the value of cross-facility data sets

Martyn Williams examines what companies should expect during their cloud migration

Are your machines ready for the future?

Reducing downtime is a huge priority across all industry sectors and the opportunity to anticipate and avoid it is priceless. The rise of the Internet of Things is allowing machine builders to design intelligent machines with predictive analytics capabilities. Martyn Williams reports

Beyond smoke and mirrors: Three things you did not know about IIoT

Martyn Williams discusses the three things you might not know about Industrial Internet of Things

How to make the most of ESOS and EAS

To prepare companies for ESOS and EAS energy audits, industrial software expert COPA-DATA has launched two online platforms advising large enterprises in the UK and Ireland to act upon their findings to reduce energy consuption and bills




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