ABB Process Automation

Network Communications Features

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    • Network Communications
    • (31/05/2022)

    The Big Tech telecoms convergence: dream or disaster?

    Big Tech’s entry into telecoms is shaking up the industry. 2021 was a huge year for tech giants and telecoms, with Google, Verizon and most recently Amazon Web Services (AWS) all announcing plans to enter the telecoms space. 

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    • Network Communications
    • (30/05/2022)

    Making Garbage Management Operations Smarter

    Waste collection is an essential service that municipal bodies need to perform on a regular basis. What role can IoT play in making this process more efficient?

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    • Network Communications
    • (26/05/2022)

    Why air compressors are becoming the latest technology with OPC UA capability

    OPC UA is the single universal communication protocol for industrial connectivity and control.

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    • Network Communications
    • (04/05/2022)

    The rise of single-pair Ethernet in IIoT (part 3: deploying SPE)

    The operating environment of any manufacturing process can vary tremendously. Extremes in temperature and humidity are commonplace. There are also shock loads and vibration from motors, actuators, and other moving assets to consider. 

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    • Network Communications
    • (28/04/2022)

    Gaining an edge with TSN

    Edge computing is key to optimising data-driven activities, supporting the implementation of innovative digital technologies and ultimately the creation of the ‘Connected Industries’ of the future. 



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    The rise of Single Pair Ethernet in IIoT (Part 1: Interoperability)

    • Network Communications
    • (13/04/2022)

    Traditionally, the networking architectures used within the industrial domain have been many and varied.

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    Galvanically isolated LVDS interfaces

    • Network Communications
    • (17/03/2022)

    In this era of automation, digitisation and Industry 4.0, the transmission of signals and data is taking on an ever greater role. The networking of machines, systems, and even individual sensors taking place in these applications both on and off the production floor requires not only a stable infrastructure but also secure, fast, high precision, disturbance-free, high bandwidth transmission paths that may need to withstand extremely harsh environmental conditions, depending on the application..





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