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Cabling is integral to the Industrial Internet of Things

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Cabling is integral to the Industrial Internet of Things

While the Internet of Things (IoT) has already arrived, it is set to get bigger. How much bigger? According to the latest predictions, by 2020 the number of connected devices will increase from the tens of millions to 26 billion.

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The 2016 PROFIBUS & PROFINET Global Forum

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The 2016 PROFIBUS & PROFINET Global Forum

A lot of the buzz and excitement around innovation today is centred around cutting-edge research, sleek technology and start ups. It can be easy to forget the important role that innovation plays in the mature industries that have so long been the…

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Integrated workflow, estimating and costing software enhancement

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Integrated workflow, estimating and costing software enhancement

Aspen Technologies has announced the availability of new enhancements to aspenONE Engineering V8.8 software.

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Ethernet I/O Module with 6-channel Digital Input and Output

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Ethernet I/O Module with 6-channel Digital Input and Output

ICP Electronics Australia has released ICP DAS's ET-2260 Ethernet I/O module. Providing a variety of digital I/O functions, the ET-2260 module is an IP-based Ethernet I/O monitoring and control module.

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3D-Printed watch a world’s first [VIDEO]

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3D-Printed watch a world’s first [VIDEO]

A Swiss engineer has designed and created the world’s first 3D-Printed mechanical watch.

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Should Davos delegates live in fear of the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'?

Should Davos delegates live in fear of the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution'?

The World Economic Forum Meeting at Davos, Switzerland this year is all about navigating a path through the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”. Preceding industrial revolutions were centred on machinery, electrified mass production, and computers. The fourth is premised on emerging breakthrough technologies based on artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, brain research, robots, the...

The disruptive technologies that will shape business in the years ahead

The disruptive technologies that will shape business in the years ahead

Regardless of your industry, the marketplace is continually evolving. The reason, increasingly, is the evolution of disruptive technology.

Ultrasound could transform 3D printing for a future of smart materials

Ultrasound could transform 3D printing for a future of smart materials

The advent of 3D printers supposedly means we can manufacture anything in our homes. But in reality most existing home 3D printers can only make things out of certain plastics, although there are industrial systems that can print certain metals.

The 'G' in 5G: how mobile generations have evolved

The 'G' in 5G: how mobile generations have evolved

Some of the biggest carriers in Australia, Vodafone, Telstra and even Chinese manufacturer Huawei are preparing for the next generation of mobile phone network, 5G, even though 4G has only just been rolled out.

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Time to Smarten Up Your Factory

Time to Smarten Up Your Factory

Industry 4.0 guides the German approach to its manufacturing future. There are many reasons why it’s relevant – and even critical – to Australia, and why ignoring it could consign our industry to irrelevance.

Keeping the News Presses going

Keeping the News Presses going

Simon Leach has a large and complex job, as Electrical Services Coordinator for the Fairfax Media Group, Simon has to ensure that the printing presses are ready to run every day; after all, news is a time critical commodity.

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