New OpenSSL vulnerability: Security company automatically detects affected software even in IoT and IIoT devices

Dusseldorf, Germany – A new security vulnerability threatens all systems that use OpenSSL, one of the most widely used software for encryption of all kinds, for transport encryption based on TLS. When processing certain TLS certificates, targeted attacks can bring clients and servers to a complete standstill (DoS – Denial of Service).

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IIoT: Programmable logic controller Vs personal computer in automated mobile robots, says Kivnon

One of the most crucial decisions in the initial design phase of a machine is the selection of the control system. Traditionally, PLCs (Programmable logic controller) have been used for the automation of industrial processes and the control of machinery, information shared by Kivnon.

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Industry IoT Consortium publishes the Industrial IoT Artificial Intelligence Framework

Boston, MA, USA. 2 March 2022 – The Industry IoT Consortium announced the Industrial IoT Artificial Intelligence Framework (IIAIF). The framework highlights the value proposition AI can enable in next-generation industrial IoT (IIoT) systems and addresses the emerging requirements and implementation challenges.

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Manufacturing challenge: The chaos of legacy equipment

Legacy equipment is vital to the functioning of many manufacturing facilities. Nevertheless, with rapid advances in automated and connected technologies, managing both new and old equipment simultaneously can be a challenging balancing act. Here Johan Jonzon, CMO and co-founder specialist in edge analytics for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Crosser, shares some insights into

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Crosser and Elkome partner to accelerate industrial IoT projects

Stockholm/Hyvinkaa. 3 November 2021 – Crosser, an innovator in edge analytics, intelligent workflows and hybrid integration for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), has partnered with Elkome, an industrial system supplier and trusted advisor with high industrial domain knowledge in the Finnish market.

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IIoT technology: The holiday miracle for the supply chain crisis

Shelves sit empty, customers rush into stores to panic-buy and order fulfilment slows to a halt while these scenarios may seem familiar from the early stages of the pandemic, businesses face a similar supply chain crisis now.

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Why is 5G a boon for enterprises exploring IoT development?

There’s an interesting analogy to understand IoT, the devices are the neurons all connecting to the giant brain called the internet. Every small device in this network is holding an important set of data. Now, the performance of this neural-like network will directly depend upon the efficiency of data transmission. 

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Dunkermotoren presents new IIoT brand “nexofox” on the market

 Dunkermotoren announces the market launch of the new IIoT brand “nexofox”. Under nexofox, Dunkermotoren will offer its customers a holistic solution portfolio covering all aspects of the use and connectivity of its smart motors.

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IIoT: Removing the barriers to smart factories

With recent reports highlighting that 5G-enabled factories could deliver a productivity boost to UK manufacturing of between £2.6 billion (€3.03 billion) and £6.3 billion (€7.34 billion), it is perhaps surprising that smart factory technology simply wasn’t on the radar of 27% of respondents to the Annual Manufacturing Report in 2019.

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The IPC requirements of complex control

As automation technologies and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) become more commonplace in modern manufacturing, the requirements of control hardware increase accordingly. However, the importance of this is often overshadowed by the focus on new sophisticated software. Here, Stephen Hayes, managing director of automation expert Beckhoff UK, explains why manufacturers should take a holistic

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RS Components and Zerynth’s IIoT workshop gives engineers a boost to Industry 4.0

RS Components, a trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, a global omni-channel provider of product and service solutions, is offering exclusive access to a hands-on workshop entitled ‘Edge Computing and Data Collection for Industrial IoT’. The workshop is delivered by IIoT platform vendor Zerynth via RS’ DesignSpark community webpage.

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Ivanti acquires IIoT platform to help supply chain customers further automate workflows

Ivanti Wavelink, the supply chain business unit of Ivanti, announced it has acquired an industrial internet of things (IIoT) platform owned by the WIIO Group, one of Ivanti Wavelink’s innovative technology and channel partners based in Paris, France.

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Bundled know-how for IIoT applications: cooperation between Moxa Europe and Robotron

Moxa Europe GmbH and Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH announce their collaboration in the configuration and provision of IIoT platforms. The two partners are focusing on the “Industrial Internet of Things” applications in demanding industries such as process technology, oil & gas and energy technology. The first joint IIoT projects have already been realised for customers in

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Softing introduces software module for connecting modbus TCP controllers to IIoT applications

Softing adds to its Docker technology-based edgeConnector product family. The new edgeConnector Modbus is a flexible Docker container application for Modbus TCP controllers.

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FactoryLogix IIoT-based manufacturing 4.0 platform chosen by Mercury Systems

FactoryLogix by Aegis has been selected by Mercury Systems, Inc, a provider in trusted, securing mission-critical technologies for aerospace and defence.

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Rugged edge computing is top IIoT and AI engineering challenge, says Premio

Rugged edge computing has been cited as a top engineering challenge for embedded designers bringing advanced automation applications to heavy industrial environments. This is the verdict of Premio Inc., an edge to cloud global ODM/OEM solutions provider in industrial computing technology.

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