Saturday, August 27, 2016
Mark Albert of Modern Machine Shop wrote a very nice article and created a great video on machine monitoring.
Mark starts the article with:
"Data-driven manufacturing simply means that we can make better decisions about manufacturing processes because computer networks can gather lots of data from connected devices and turn that data into actionable information. Consequently, one of the best examples of data-driven manufacturing is machine monitoring—connecting machine tools and other types of manufacturing equipment to a network such that monitoring software can show what's happening on these machines. Most shop networks use internet technology to link all kinds of connectable devices and control systems together to share data. This is one reason why the term Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is popular right now."
This is a must read for those in manufacturing.
Posted by Photons and Electrons at 7:54 PM