Posts Tagged ‘operational technology’

Understanding Servers, Converters and Gateways

Posted in Remote Automation, Wireless on Thursday, May 25th, 2017. No comments yet
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As instrumentation and control system, also known as Operational Technology (OT) incorporate wireless and other classic Informational Technology (IT) components, the worlds of OT and IT continue to merge. For control and automation specialists, it means things like servers, converters and gateways become part of the learning path. Emerson’s Craig Abbott had a great LinkedIn […]

Converging Information and Operational Technology Objectives

Posted in Event on Thursday, February 9th, 2017. One comment so far
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For brownfield sites, how do you bring in some of the capabilities that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) introduce? At the ARC Industry Forum, ARC’s Craig Resnick led a session, IT/OT Convergence: Linking Legacy to an Industrial Internet of Things World. Emerson’s Phil Niccolls participated on the panel. Here was the description of the […]

Converging IT/OT/ET across Plant Asset Lifecycle

Posted in Event, Industrial IOT on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017. One comment so far
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As technology has advanced, it has forced convergence among organizational groups and created the natural friction that goes along with change. In an ARC Industry Forum panel, IT/OT/ET Convergence Closes Asset Lifecycle Management Loop, ARC’s Paula Hollywood let a presentation and panel session including Emerson’s Phil Niccolls. Here was the session description: Driven by increased […]