Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise Integration’

Security Concerns Driving IT and Operations Collaboration

Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, February 28th, 2017. No comments yet
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Yesterday, we shared thoughts from Emerson’s Peter Zornio about new types of services enabled by the Industrial Internet of Things. Today we’ll look at how these technologies continue to bring IT organizations and Operations staff closer together—whether they like the idea or not. In a ComputerWorld article, Why IT and Operations are on a collision […]

Big Data and WIIFM

Posted in Industrial IoT on Wednesday, October 12th, 2016. No comments yet
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The hype-scale for the phrase “Big Data” has been with us and pegged for many years. A quick Google search yields 264 million search results. Wikipedia defines this concept as: …a term for data sets that are so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate to deal with them. Challenges include analysis, […]

Connecting Remote Wireless Device Networks Together

Posted in Industrial IoT on Thursday, July 12th, 2012. One comment so far
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How do you connect a remote area with IEC 62591 WirelessHART field devices back to another area of your plant, mill, or field? Emerson’s Neil Peterson shows how to do this in this 1:51 second video taken at the Cisco Connected Industries Booth at Cisco Live 2012. In the video, Neil describes how the wireless […]

ARC Update on DeltaV SIS

Posted in Safety on Friday, December 11th, 2009. No comments yet
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ARC Advisory Group‘s recently published ARC View, Emerson Brings DeltaV SIS into the Future with Version 11 Release, describes the continuing advancements of the DeltaV SIS safety instrumented system. DeltaV SIS launched over 5 years ago and this whitepaper provides an update of its original and continuing objectives: Emerson designed DeltaV SIS to address the […]

Should Engineers be Social or Not?

Posted in Cybersecurity on Thursday, June 4th, 2009. One comment so far
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A colleague pointed me to this provocatively titled article, Social media: Why engineers should be anti-social, on the Control Engineering website. It reports: A recent survey says that IT departments are having arms twisted to relax cyber security rules and allow access to social media sites, such as Twitter or GoogleApps. I hope some of […]