Over the past several years, SCADA systems have evolved from proprietary, monolithic systems to decentralized, cloud-computing systems. Modern SCADA systems are quickly adopting Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies, such as cloud services or pub/sub protocols, to collect more data from monitored systems.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) is more than a trend—it is now a way of life. More and more, people are embracing this concept by connecting all types of devices to the Internet. The thing is, though, implementing the Industrial IoT is not always that straightforward: the tricky part is bringing all the different pieces of the Industrial IoT puzzle together.
As the Industrial IoT (IIoT) continues to expand, more and more devices are being connected to networks. This trend is seeing networks transitioning from closed networks to enterprise IT networks that are accessible over the public Internet.
Data is at the heart of the Internet of things (IoT). To make critical data-informed decisions, businesses first need to capture and collect data from all sorts of devices over the Internet before converting the data into valuable business information.
Moxa’s newly launched three-in-one serial device servers, the NPort IAW5000A-6I/O Series, combine IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n wireless with six digital I/Os to provide maximum flexibility when you need to integrate serial equipment in the field with a wireless Ethernet network.
As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) trend continues to gather pace, the demand for extending industrial applications over secure remote connections also continues to increase. Remote access is a necessity for many mission-critical industrial automation systems. However, network operators cannot afford to overlook cybersecurity considerations.
KPMG, a distinguished global firm providing audit, tax, and advisory services, leverages AIoT (the artificial intelligence of things) technologies by combining developments in the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help small and medium businesses.
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