cloud I/O

Cloud IO-So What will Change?

Cloud IO-So What will Change?

Emerson's Anand Iyer concludes his Cloud I/O series today with a summation of what the technology may bring to process manufacturers. The more we change things, the more they seem same. Nevertheless, most changes inch us forward into new developments and new futures....

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Multicasting, Multihoming, IO Bubbles

Multicasting, Multihoming, IO Bubbles

Emerson's Anand Iyer continues his series on the I/O cloud expanding on the I/O bubbles concept. For the last few decades, we have been focusing on the concept of redundancy specifically at the CPU and card levels. A few critical field devices are redundant in a few...

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A Primer on Intuitive Control

A Primer on Intuitive Control

We continue our series on Cloud I/O from Emerson's Anand Iyer. Today's post is a primer on intuitive control. When we have an I/O cloud or bubbles of IO information with very less binding of the IO and a more free choice (within certain boundaries), there is an...

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Process Automation Systems of the Future

Process Automation Systems of the Future

Emerson's Anand Iyer continues his series on Cloud I/O with his vision for what the future might hold for process automation systems. Let us look at what effect the cloud IO concept would have on the distributed control system (DCS) as we know today:The IO cloud forms...

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Imagine Cloud IO in the Home

Imagine Cloud IO in the Home

In the second part of Emerson's Anand Iyer's series on cloud I/O (part 1 here), he imagines a world with distributed sensors connected in a cloud I/O operating in a home to alert parents to impending incidents. A Home application primer on intuitive processing. The...

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