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Bringing the edge and cloud together

Data is at the heart of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Smart Manufacturing. By setting up suitable platforms to collect and analyse data, it is possible to gain in-depth, unique insights into manufacturing processes that can lead to their optimisation. The most effective setup combines edge and cloud-based …

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On a drive for condition monitoring

Mitsubishi Electric has collaborated with their e-F@ctory Alliance Partner Schaeffler sensor technology to offer two Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) solutions – one based on an integrated PLC solution and the other using the intelligent functions of the 800 Series Variable Speed Drives. From a predictive maintenance perspective there is little …

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Making IIoT and smart technology happen

Applying new technology to a physical process or manufacturing system is an essential part of progress, however the practical side of implementing the latest Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Smart Technology solutions is bringing its own unique challenges. That in turn is leading to new automation solutions. Chris Evans, marketing …

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Delivering on smart manufacturing

At this year’s Drives & Controls show, Mitsubishi Electric is focussing on practical solutions that allow manufacturing companies and machine builders to realise the real advantages of smart automation systems. Visitors to Stand D620 will be able to give voice commands to a cobot, witness the benefits of time sensitive …

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Raising the bar in partner excellence

As part of Mitsubishi Electric’s commitment to providing customers with the highest level of expertise and support, it has developed an elite ‘Innovation Partner’ status. The ‘Innovation Partner’ status is awarded to partners that demonstrate a higher level of proficiency and technical ability across Mitsubishi Electric’s product range. In addition, …

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Converging at the Edge

Should we be happy to embrace edge computing so soon after we got used to the cloud, IoT, Industry 4.0 etc…? The benefits of taking the large amount of repetitive data created by machines and automated systems and processing it locally are huge. Edge computing takes the pressure off existing networks, …

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