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Automation of Blast Furnaces at Tata Steel with NetBeans

JAXenter reports that the Automation Division of Tata Steel Ltd has developed a Level2 system Blast Furnace and implemented a H–Blast Furnace at Tata Steel Jamshedpur. Blast Furnace Level2 system is a collection of mathematical & mass-energy balance models which, Read more

Digital twins – a new standard in industrial production

The digital twin is a burning topic within manufacturing industries. While it is often included in lists of today’s most strategic technologies, it has yet to be widely adopted in practice. Matti Kemppainen, Director of Research and Innovation at Konecranes, discusses Read more

The Internet of Smart Things – humanizing the IOT

David Grebow, CEO of KnowledgeStar and former co-director of the IBM Institute for Advanced Learning, believes that the Internet of Smart Things (IosT) is the most significant opportunity that has come out of the IoT world, especially for manpower-intensive heavy industries. Read more

Highlights from the Industry of Things World Report 2017

The Industry of Things World Survey Report 2017 sheds light on the state of the IoT market. Based on the views of over 1,100 cross-industry leaders, the focus point is now shifting towards real-world implementation and monetization of industrial IoT. Read more

How Industrial IoT enables the factory of the future

Trillion-dollar projections on the expanding size of the market are urging companies to capitalize on the Industrial IoT. For many, however, it remains unclear how industries should apply IIoT to begin making the hyper-efficient and agile factory of the future Read more

Unifying industrial IoT technologies with monitoring

While the majority of industrial companies have multiple systems and technologies managing various components of their operations, only a few have been able to aggregate the data from all of these systems together to drive business prosperity. When brought together, Read more

The need to connect legacy devices to the IIoT

Pre-internet assets lack the connectivity of newer pieces of equipment. These legacy devices, however, still have years of remaining value if they can be linked to the cloud, enabling their data to be analyzed and revealing actionable insights that could Read more

Keys to effective IIoT design

How does the IIoT change the way industrial products and services are designed? What types of opportunities should companies seize and which challenges should they expect to tackle? Petri Asikainen, Director of  Core Technology Development at Konecranes, shares his insights. Read more

Securing IIoT systems still a contractual no man’s land

The industrial internet is a continuously evolving and layered infrastructure built on connected machinery – a large proportion of which has not previously been linked to the internet. The fact that these machines can now be accessed online brings new challenges Read more

The Operations Technology (OT) vs. Information Technology (IT) debate turns to better security

While OT managers may see the benefits of IoT-enabled asset monitoring, IT leadership can see IoT connectivity as a security threat. IoT-connected machinery offers uptime rewards at minimal risk but when done wrong, that connectivity into OT systems can pose Read more