Rockwell Automation Fair 2019

There is a rapid influx of smart equipment and connected devices that communicate on an industrial Ethernet network which enables manufacturers to understand the performance of machines and processes like never before. Yet equally important to what is connected, is how devices are connected. New technologies enable manufacturers to manage infrastructure, deploy devices and share information in new ways.

K.I.S.S. for Better Network Planning and Increased Collaboration

Collaboration between Information Technology (IT) and Operations Technology (OT) is becoming a necessity to design and deploy an industrial network architecture that follows IT best practices for security, high availability, and quality of service. However, skills gaps still exist between IT and OT that can jeopardize effective planning and configuration of the physical and logical network…