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Researchers look to protect 3D printers from cyber attacks

Security researchers have demonstrated that it is possible for hackers to make undetectable changes to 3D printed parts that could introduce defects and possibly...

Qt gets cuter for developers focused on IoT automation

Mobile application development company Qt (pronounced 'cute') has refreshed its programmer toolset, designed for coders building apps in the industrial automation space. Qt has had a...

Silver Spring Networks to expand smart light platform across London

Silver Spring Networks, a company that provides smart grid solutions across the world, has announced it’s to expand its smart light platform in London. The...

Connected tech adoption in manufacturing set to double

Despite the promises the IoT makes for more efficiency and cost reductions, many manufacturers have yet to get the message, according to a new study...

Brewing company draughts in Rockwell Automation to boost production

Cleveland, Ohio-based Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) has invested in manufacturing analytics technology from Rockwell Automation to scale its production efforts. As data proliferates, seemingly...

TestPlant CEO: IoT has broken the established IT testing model

Dr John Bates, CEO of testing automation company TestPlant, spoke at the recent Nutanix Next 2017 conference about the end-to-end realities of putting IoT systems through...

Upskill’s augmented reality tech makes impact at GE

In the world of engineering, even small mistakes can cost millions further down the line. General Electric (GE) is using augmented reality technology in...

Myriota helps Australian farmers keep a remote eye on water tanks

How does a farmer working in a remote region make sure that far-flung water tanks are kept fully stocked? For many, it involves regular...

IIoT and the rise of the cobots

Spending on robotics among industrial companies will continue to climb over the next decade – but smaller, less costly and highly adaptable collaborative robots...

ABB innovation challenge sees six start-ups win funding

Swiss-Swedish power and automation company ABB and IdeaHub, an innovation platform, have identified six start-ups for funding via an 'innovation challenge'. The two companies kicked...

IIoT held back by long project lead times, claims Asavie

When it comes to IIoT projects, the journey from prototype to production environment can be a long slog, new survey claims. Over half of IT...

Machine vision: a bird’s-eye view of the smart factory

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at EU Automation, a supplier of obsolete industrial parts, discusses the role of...