It provides an opportunity for thought leaders from technology end user organizations, technology suppliers, academia, and government to convene to discuss emerging technologies and trends and share use cases. This year was no exception. The Orlando Forum seems to attract more and more quality speakers, participants, and sponsors every year. The 2017 ARC Industry Forum represented the 21st edition of this annual event. This event also often serves as a catalyst for important industrywide initiatives.
[189 Pages Report] Process Automation & Instrumentation Market research report categorizes by Instrument (Field Instrument, Control Valve, Analyzer), Solution (APC.
Yokogawa’s VigilantPlant® Solutions Partner Program (VPS Partner Program) creates a collaborative partnership with select System Integrator’s (SI’s) to deliver.
Resource shortages are undermining the effectiveness of established defenses. Broader deployment of operational technology is expanding the use cases requiring protection. Challenges continue to grow for the industrial cybersecurity community. Blurring boundaries between IT, OT and IoT are increasing the need for more integrated, collaborative cybersecurity strategies.
VPS Partner Program Yokogawa Corporation of America offers a comprehensive Solution. Yokogawa assumes responsibility over the entire automation related aspects of the project. Yokogawa’s main automation contractor (MAC) service delivers the full scope of project.
This 2019 standard will enable high speed communication to process field devices over distances as long as 1 kM. This will be a multi-vendor/multi‐protocol device-to-cloud demonstration of both FDI and OPC UA. FDI, OPC UA, and Ethernet for Process Field Devices
The FieldComm Group and the OPC Foundation will explain and demonstrate their newest technologies for process automation. Also, as part of a new supplier consortium, FieldComm Group will explain its conformance program for devices that will use the future 2‐wire Ethernet standard now in development by the IEEE 802.
Smart cities present tremendous opportunities for industrial IoT vendors, but the technical challenges, vast number of players in this ecosystem, and the fact that it bridges private, public, and consumer realms makes navigating and succeeding in this market a challenge. Cybersecurity, connectivity, and working with municipal bureaucracy remain the biggest challenges, but other obstacles include exponential data volume growth, data cleansing speed, the need to go from cloud to edge architectures, quantifying results, interoperability, and human fears/resistance to transformational change such as AI. As computing power, bandwidth, and the cost of microprocessor electronics and sensors all approach zero, the ability for municipalities to deploy massive wide-area networks of intelligent devices is slowly becoming reality.
The ability of these applications to access, analyze, and process industrial data is central to the IIoT value proposition. Industrial Internet platforms play an integral role in analytics, big data, remote asset monitoring, performance management, decision support, universal visualization, and the value chains for connected products and products-as-a-service.
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VigilantPlant is Yokogawa’s automation concept for safe, reliable and profitable plant operations Our concept is for a plant to be a place where people can be.
Design software can link to additive machines to print parts directly. Streetlights, cars, gas turbines, and thermostats stream data. Everywhere we turn, things and processes are becoming more connected and intelligent. Buildings, refineries, oil platforms, mines, and wind turbines are optimizing asset and operating performance. And it’s only the beginning. Parking meters and distributed power grids deliver value to both consumers and operators.
: Using Applied Industry Knowledge to Solve Key End User Issues. By ARC Advisory Group ARC WHITE PAPER FEBRUARY 2011 Yokogawa vigilantplantservices®.