NOVUS Automation has recently launched a new data logger family – the LogBox Connect. It provides wireless connectivity to field signals and devices while offering ease of integration. The LogBox Connect comes in three different versions – 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy. These can fulfill connectivity and data acquisition needs of any application. Each … Continue reading LogBox Connect and IIoT
Mining is making strides in the implementation of digital data-driven systems and processes. PACE talks to Endress+Hauser’s global mining and metals industry manager, Andrew Reese, about how mining is managing its move into the world of the Industrial Internet of Things. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is transforming industries across the world. The mining … Continue reading Mining and the Industrial Internet of Things
Fabio Coelho de Souza Silva of Novus Automation provides insights into the major features of cloud computing in industrial settings. Cloud computing technologies, widely known as “cloud”, are already a consolidated reality in the market. It is undeniable that this technology is here to stay and change the way the IT sector gets related to … Continue reading Myths and facts about cloud systems
With support from the Victorian government, a global cloud-based records management company will base its Asia-Pacific headquarters in the state, providing more jobs within artificial intelligence (AI) technology sector. RecordPoint – which partners with Microsoft – will establish the facility in Melbourne, which is also to serve as the company’s AI and Engineering Hub. This … Continue reading RecordPoint to set up AI, engineering hub in Melbourne
Australia-based Consultel Cloud has launched its hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) product, which has brought scalability and cloud choice to consumers. Consultel Cloud’s customers spans industries including construction, banking, healthcare, retail and more. Its customers are located mainly in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australasia, and they have looked to the company to guide them … Continue reading Care needed when migrating storage to the cloud
Libelium presents for the first time a cloud software service to enhance its wireless sensor platform with intelligence based solutions. The Spanish company has released the first programming cloud service that will reduce development costs, increase security and speed up the time to market of Waspmote and Waspmote Plug & Sense! users by removing both … Continue reading Cloud software service to enhance wireless sensor platform
IBM Research has established a new research centre in South Africa (its second research centre on the African continent), and has announced several new project collaborations in the area of data-driven healthcare.
With the latest launch of it’s improved Vocus Cloud Connect (VCC), Vocus Communications has delivered a product that is set to meet the growing demand for multiple hybrid cloud solutions through a single provider.
Apex Supply Chain Technologies has opened its new Asia Pacific office, all part of its latest push into the Asia-Pacific region.
Connected Data has announced further expansion across the European market, signing three new strategic channel partners: Blue Profile, NDC and Virtek.
Cloud computing can assist manufacturers to effectively respond to increased order volumes and complexity, as Mark Troselj writes.
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has been named a winner of the TMC 2015 Cloud Computing Excellence Awards for its advanced Hitachi Content Platform portfolio, including Hitachi Content Platform, Hitachi Content Platform Anywhere and Hitachi Data Ingestor.
Manufacturing intelligence software for industrial mobile applications is enabling users, in just seconds, to access business and production data, and personalise and share it for new levels of collaboration and productivity.
As Australian manufacturers prepare for the year ahead, a range of economic and business forces are making the task particularly challenging.
Dassault Systèmes has announced the launch of a powerful new drawingless application designed to improve manufacturing processes.
The Internet of Everything, cloud computing/big data and 3-D printing are the three technologies most likely to transform the world.
Australia’s manufacturing sector of tomorrow will involve creativity, innovation and higher value products.
Toyota Australia’s chief information officer Ellis Brover has said the company has initiated a review of its technology systems.