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Developing the Internet of Things

The IIoT is asset intensive, with billions of pieces of connected equipment from across the industrial ecosystem generating huge quantities of operational data. Development platforms tailored to accommodate these factors have become available, leveraging analysis tools like the digital twin, which brings together data from the digital and physical worlds to provide enhanced insight. Image courtesy of GE Digital.

Engineers are creating more use cases for the industrial internet of things; but what roadblocks do they still need to consider?

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The New Decentralized Innovation Stack

A technology stack is a set of IT products or services that independently are useful and important, but when integrated become a platform for greater innovation.

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Determinism on the Shop Floor

Access to cloud resources enables manufacturers to leverage modern analytics for system optimization and predictive maintenance on the shop floor.

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5G-Based Product Development

A beam pattern and grating lobe diagram for 66 GHz 64x64 element design, designed with MathWorks Antenna Toolbox. Image courtesy of MathWorks.

The possibilities available with 5G adoption will force many companies to rethink their businesses—and provide opportunity for smart startups.

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ANSYS Delivers ANSYS 19.1 Software

Latest ANSYS simulation software release said to boost productivity and eliminate product complexity across all physics.

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Tulip Launches Digital Manufacturing Quick-Start Kit

Factory Kit, Tulip reports, is an intuitive self-service solution that includes tools engineers need to quickly design, build and deploy manufacturing apps without writing code.

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