Industrial customers are looking to automation and digitalization not only to improve production performance, but also to enable sustainability, regulatory compliance, and supply chain capacity monitoring while simultaneously addressing the increasing cost of labor and capital. These efforts are leading to ongoing escalation in the need for secure, reliable connectivity from the sensor to enterprise. driven by increased reliance on analytics, machine vision, and other high bandwidth applications.
Electric vehicle insights
- Gain an awareness of the different electric vehicle charging station levels and capabilities.
- Review several responses to questions posed during this webcast.
As the world continues adopting electric vehicles (EV), there are several factors to consider when designing the electrical system to support a customer’s site deployment. Because estimates show that more than 18 million EVs will be on the road by 2030, electrical engineers need to understand the challenges and solutions.
Electrical engineers designing EV supply equipment (EVSE) and systems to incorporate and support EV charging must be aware of the basics of charging as well as...
The hottest innovations. The smartest experts. The latest strategies. They all intersect at Automation Fair 2023, the world's premier industrial automation and digital transformation event. Discover everything you need to succeed today and into the future as you experience memorable keynotes, interactive training, tip-filled sessions, and so much more.
The automation marketplace proved its resilience again in 2021 and returned to pre-pandemic levels. Despite advances in project engineering that reduced cycle times, automation projects in general are still long-cycle projects, and the overall market for systems took longer to recover than some of the more product-oriented and discrete automation businesses. Maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) and maintenance business recovers before the project business.
The latest news and insights from Automation Fair 2022.
Market is expected to increase at a 10.3% CAGR from 2022 to 2030, reaching $377.25 billion by 2030.
“The answer to net zero is not as simple as ‘plug-in renewables, stop the gas’,” says Karim Amin of Siemens Energy.
The future of energy is systemic, open and collaborative — and runs on a smart grid
Interview with Ulrich Hempen, Vice President Business Unit Solutions at WAGO, on the transformation of the energy system and grid stability
Smart manufacturing technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), digital twins, digital threads, manufacturing execution systems (MES), advanced analytics, cobots and more all very powerful technologies. The synergies among these technologies make them so much greater than the sum of their parts. All of them [technologies related to Industry 4.0] are helping transform the manufacturing industries back into an economic powerhouse.